Alioscopy Glasses-Free 3D teaching solution to feature at the Anatomical Society Meeting. University of Nottingham - Nottingham - United Kingdom
Alioscopy's long-standing distribution & support partner, Digital2Go, will be acting as a sponsor of the upcoming Anatomical Society Meeting, to be held at the University of Nottingham (UK) from April 17th to 19th 2023.
Digital2Go will be demonstrating how the combination of an Alioscopy Glasses-Free 3D Display plus DICOM 3D Software is being used as a powerful teaching solution - by major medical schools in several countries - to enhance the teaching of Anatomy (and related subjects). The University of Nottingham are existing users of this Alioscopy 3D teaching solution.
The theme of the Anatomical Society meeting is: Innovations in Anatomy Teaching - with the development of 3D technology in education being highlighted.
Contact Jim Harvey for more information regarding the use of Alioscopy Glasses-Free 3D Displays & Software in all areas of education: JJH@Digital2Go.info
December 17-19, 2018
Anatomical Society Winter Meeting
Presentation of IRCAD's DICOM Viewer for Alioscopy monitors The Hull York Medical School - Heslington York - United Kingdom
At the Anatomical Society Winter Meeting taking place at the Hull York Medical School, digital2go presented the DICOM Viewer for Alioscopy monitors developed by IRCAD.
digital2go, a distribution partner of Alioscopy, is supplying a fast-growing number of important international medical schools with a combined Software/Hardware solution - which allows standard DICOM datasets (from CT & MRI scans) to be presented to medical students in volumetric/interactive 3D using any Alioscopy monitor.
This auto-stereoscopic 3D solution is suitable for use in both the dissection lab and lecture rooms - wherever, in fact, training is being given on the important spatial relationships between internal organs and structures.
In addition, Alioscopy monitors can show AS3D video (including Augmented Reality content) & AS3D CGi content, while many universities are now using Alioscopy 3D to design & visualise objects before they are 3D-printed.
For more information and/or to arrange a demo, please contact Jim Harvey from digital2go: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim Harvey of digital2go is seen here presenting the DICOM 3D Software using a 24" Alioscopy monitor at the prestigious Anatomical Society meeting, held at HYMS (Hull/York Medical School).
November 16-17, 2018
35-39 Allées Jules Guesde The Lab - Quai des Savoirs - Toulouse - France
Futurapolis is a major event dedicated to innovation and new technologies, organized by the weekly magazine Le Point. Two days of conferences, meetings, debates, discoveries and fun activities on innovation and new technologies. For two days, philosophers, essayists, researchers, sociologists, geneticists, but also business leaders meet to discuss our changing world and its many perspectives. The seventh edition of this forum is held on Friday 16 and Saturday 17 November 2018.
Alioscopy is invited to the Lab to showcase its latest single-user solutions with eye tracking. Visit us at the Lab, Quai des Savoirs, 35-39 Allées Jules Guesde in Toulouse.
October 12-13, 2018
Futurapolis Health 2018
11 boulevard Victor Hugo Opéra Comédie - Montpellier - France
Futurapolis Health invites you to two days of conferences, interactions and discoveries on health and innovation. Doctors, scientists, inventors and public figures are invited to meet the public for this great event dedicated to health and innovation.
Organized by the weekly magazine Le Point, the event invites the public to discover the human body through sumptuous images commented by the greatest specialists.
Alioscopy is invited to showcase its latest solutions applied to medical imaging: solutions for minimally invasive surgery in 3D, manipulation of segmented patient models created by Visible Patient, DICOM viewer developed by IRCAD, showing CT and MRI content, all of course in glasses-free 3D.
February 6-9, 2018
Integrated Systems Europe 2018
Hall 12, Booth E-80 (Champ Vision Display) Amsterdam RAI - Amsterdam - Netherlands
Champ Vision Display Inc. is a subsidiary of Coretronic founded in 2017. The company innovates in the fields of industrial, medical and commercial displays, as well as smart display solutions. Coretronic has established itself as the Taiwanese leader in advanced LCD backlight technologies and digital projectors in Taiwan. It is also one of the world's leading R&D players in these fields.
ISE (Integrated Systems Europe) is the world’s largest tradeshow dedicated to professional AV and electronic systems integration. The fifteenth edition promises to be the biggest and most interesting since its launch.
April 6, 2016
University Hospital Institutes International Day
Brain & Spine Institute (ICM) Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital - 47, bd de l'Hôpital - Paris - France
At the invitation of the Strasbourg IHU, Alioscopy presented the 3D model of a patient segmented by Visible Patient on an Alioscopy 3D UHD 31.5" PT portrait monitor. This is the result of a joint development carried out under the 3D-SURG consortium. The application is controlled by a contactless interface. In addition, Alioscopy showcased its real-time conversion solution dedicated to 3D endoscopy on an Alioscopy 3D UHD 55" monitor.
The University Hospital Institutes International Day was opened by president Francois Hollande, who got a first hand preview of Alioscopy's latest technological innovations.
February 9-12, 2016
Integrated Systems Europe 2016
Hall 8, Booth 8-N270 (iBase) Amsterdam RAI - Amsterdam - Netherlands
iBASE is a leading embedded computer manufacturer for digital signage. iBASE will drive an Alioscopy 3D UHD 31.5'' SV 4K screen with its new ultra-compact computer player, playing content converted from stereoscopy into auto-stereoscopy using cutting-edge Alioscopy software.
ISE (Integrated Systems Europe) is the world’s largest tradeshow dedicated to professional AV and electronic systems integration.
March 27 - June 14, 2015
Lumière ! The invention of cinema
Salon d'Honneur Grand Palais - Paris - France
On the occasion of the 120th anniversary of the invention of the cinematograph, the Institut Lumière has organised an unprecedented exhibition dedicated to the flagship inventions of the Lyon-based pioneers of cinema, Louis and Auguste Lumière.
In 1935, the Lumière brothers filmed a 3D remake of their famous 1895 film The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat Station and screened it with anaglyph glasses at the annual meeting of the French Academy of Science. 80 years later, this film could be converted in Alioscopy format and it is shown for the first time ever in glasses-free 3D.
Louis Lumière had prophetised that 3D would only be take off when technology would relieve the audience from cumbersome glasses. This time has now come!