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Kitware, a worldwide leader in developing advanced research technologies, today announces collaboration with Elsevier, a premiere provider of scientific, technical, and medical information products and services. Under this partnership, Kitware has developed a collaborative, browser-based cloud visualization viewer for use on a wide range of tablets and other mobile devices.
Currently more than fifty percent of Elsevier’s article content contains images depicting 3D models and visualizations. Authors across many research domains, such as archaeology, biochemistry, neuroimaging, and engineering rely on 3D data for discovery; however, when publishing, articles are limited to featuring 2D projected images of the 3D models.
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