While the history of Virtual Reality (VR) dates back to the 1800s, it only started to gain traction in 2014. Almost a decade has passed since then, but the use of VR in image analysis is still considered a “niche” application. Some might even perceive VR as a gimmick that will eventually fizzle out with time. However, companies such as Arivis AG think otherwise, and they have developed a product that facilitates image analysis through the use of VR: Arivis VisionVR.
In the following video, they highlight numerous applications of Arivis VisionVR:
- Precise control of sample in 3D space
- Scientific collaboration
- Defect inspection in the manufacturing process
- Advanced 3D analysis
- Neuron tracing
- Manual tracking in 3D
- Machine learning segmentation
Contact us if you would like to try out Arivis VisionVR on your data, or for more information.