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INSIDE VESSEL IMAGING TECHNOLOGY

 
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THE RESULT

RENDERING IN 3 - 5 MINUTES

Fast, time-saving insight

4 QUARTER VISUALIZER

Traditional Viewing Options

INTERACTIVE 3D

Explorable, dynamic image interface

RAPID-SHARE ABILITY

Packaging and sharing with anyone in your network

 

OPENVESSEL PLATFORM SEEKS TO INTEGRATE ACROSS PACS.

STEP 1

 Drag & drop CT images  

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STEP 1)  DRAG & DROP CT IMAGES  

STEP 2) SUBMIT JOB FOR RENDERING 3D

STEP 3) DOUBLE CHECK MANUAL EVALUATION 


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TRANSFORMING YOUR DATA IN TWO STEPS

Creating 3D renderings requires no effort on the part of our users other than providing and organizing their DICOM files.


The 3D rendering happens through two steps on the part of Vessel: Automated Segmentation and Visualization.

AUTOMATED SEGMENTATION

We utilize a test data set to scan through every pixel of your uploaded images and to classify various groups of pixels.

The parts of the image Vessel groups together correspond to various regions in the image: for example, bone, lung tissue, air space (or cavities). 

Vessel selects the area of the image you would like (lung tissue, for example) and removes any parts of the image that do not belong. You are left with a "segmented" image, or an image comprised of only pixels that show lung tissue.

VISUALIZATION

Next we adjust the dimensions of the image so that they correspond to the exact scale dimensions of the inside of our patients' body. This process is called visualization.


We utilize a technology called a Visualization Tool Kit (VTK) to adjust the depth of each of the slices in our CT/MRI scans, so that the image will transform into an accurate, 1-to-1 volumetric rendering of a patient, and can now be used for diagnosis, treatment, and post treatment reviews.

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EXPLORE OUR USER INTERFACE

 
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VESSEL CARE FEATURES

 
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1-TO-1 SCALE 3D RENDERING

Quick imaging using existing data

You can generate interactive, sharable 3D images using regular patient data and detect health risks immediately. Using automated-segmentation and volumetric rendering, we make effective three-dimensional imaging widely available to clinicians.

DATA SECURITY

De-Idenitifed Data Protected by Cloud Storage

The data you share with Vessel remains protected, available to you, your team, and other members of your health care network that you designate. Using encrypted cloud storage, we provide an environment safe repository that will also ensure the longevity and persistence of your data.

WEB APPLICATION USER INTERFACE

Collaborate anywhere, on various devices

No matter who in your workspace or care network needs to be included, you can easily sit down together to analyze patient renderings. Vessel works seamlessly on computers and tablets. We are working on integrating Vessel with existing softwares. No matter where you work, you have access to Vessel.

SUB-SPECIALIST ADAPTABILITY

Versatility for general applications and in-depth insights for specialists

Vessel provides imaging for all types of radiologists. Like a multi-tool or a DSLR camera, Vessel is an extremely adaptable and versatile tool. We provide imaging for general diagnoses while also providing critically needed insights for specialists. No matter your need, we provide exceptional performance.