The Scottish Parliament will open its doors to the people of Scotland for an afternoon of celebration and commemoration. Everyone is invited to join the Parliament in marking its 20th birthday at this unique party. Holoxica is invited to present in the future-focused area, showcasing emerging technology. We will be showing our digital holograms and the latest Looking Glass 3D Light Field Display.
The Scottish Imaging Netwok 11th SINAPSE ASM 2019 is held in Dunde, UK.
It follows developments in clinical and experimental imaging, and learn about research based around MRI, CT, PET, SPECT, EEG, MEG, ultrasound, and human optical imaging. One of the major themes of this event is the application of Artifical Intelligence to Medical Imaging.
Holoxica is sponsoring this event. Come and see our digital holograms and the new Looking Glass 3D Light Field Display, which will be showing relevant medical content.
Holoxica presents the Looking Glass 3D Light Field video display. It enables us to animate full colour 3D images in real-time. No glasses or headsets are required and multiple viewers can see the 3D image simultaneously (typically 3 to 5 people). It can directly replace current AR/VR headsets, which are inconvenient, uncomfortable and a big barrier to 3D visualisation. The image quality approaches that of our digital holograms, with the advantage that the images can be changed. The image size is 15.6 inches (~40 cm).
The complete solution includes a Light Field Processor unit and our Holoviewer app suite. In terms of content, it can show all types of data including computer graphics, animations, point clouds, volumetric and many other formats. We have an extensive library of medical anatomy models, surgical procedures, biomedical, scientific visualisations, engineering designs and other complex data (point clouds, LiDAR, CT/MR etc).
Dr Javid Khan will be demonstrating this technology in the main atrium of the Postgraduate Centre on Friday 7th Jun 2019, betwee 10:30 and 17::00 - let us know if and when you could come! Please bring along any students, researchers or forward this email to anyone else who may be interested.
The demo is part of the Applied Photonics conference: https://bit.ly/2Lsj6Qk
Holoxica was invited by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI, representing the UK Research Councils) to attend the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences (AAAS) 2019 event held in Washington. It was a great honour to be chosen for this event, where we were representing an example of a UK "high tech SME". The AAAS is a highly prestigious organisation, on a par with The Royal Society in the UK, who actively promote science and engineering.
UKRI had a large stand in the exhibition, where we showed our holograms and display; we also took part in a packed reception. We had a lot of interest in our tech, many people haven’t seen real holograms before. Other exhibitors from the UK included the gravity wave detection, arctic survey and VR.
The EIC Accelerator (EU Horizon 2020 SME Instrument) is part of the European Innovation Council (EIC) pilot that supports top class innovators, entrepreneurs and small companies with funding opportunities and acceleration services.
Holoxica was chosen as one of the key innovators with disruptive deep tech solutions to 3D Visualisation. We had a stand with a demo of digital holograms and our Holoviewer software.
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MIUA is the principal UK forum for communicating research progress within the community interested in image analysis applied to medicine and related biological science.
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How does your brain work? This question has been puzzling scientists for centuries and will probably continue to do so far into the future. However, there is plenty we do know about the inner workings of the brain. Some of the most ground-breaking discoveries in neuroscience have come from making careful observational drawings from what can be seen in the brain when looking down a microscope. In this workshop you will use these methods of microscopy and art to understand the anatomy of the brain, the cells that it is composed of and how they connect to enable our brains to work.
Holoxica will be exhibiting digital holograms of the brain and a DTI dataset.
This is an opportunity to stay abreast of trends and changes, exploring what the future might hold for surgical training.
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