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Date1jul8:30 am- 5:00 pmPost-IPMI Event: UNC Chapel Hill Research Showcase
During the 1 to 5 p.m. EST timeframe, Technical Leader Beatriz Paniagua will give the first demo of Slicer Shape AnaLysis Toolbox (SlicerSALT). In addition, [...]
During the 1 to 5 p.m. EST timeframe, Technical Leader Beatriz Paniagua will give the first demo of Slicer Shape AnaLysis Toolbox (SlicerSALT). In addition, Senior R&D Engineer Dženan Zukić will provide a demo with SonoVol.
(Saturday) 8:30 am - 5:00 pm EST
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
201 S. Columbia Street, Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Medical Image Display Analysis Group10jul - 16All DaySciPy2017Scientific Computing with Python
Technical Leader Aashish Chaudhary and Principal Engineer Matt McCormick are chairs of the Birds of a Feather committee. [...]
Technical Leader Aashish Chaudhary and Principal Engineer Matt McCormick are chairs of the Birds of a Feather committee. McCormick will attend and will be joined by Principal Engineer Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin and Francois Budin.
Technical Leader Marcus Hanwell will present “Tomviz: A Platform for Reproducible Materials Tomography” on Thursday, July 13, 2017 from 2 to 2:30 p.m. CT in room 203.
10 (Monday) - 16 (Sunday) CT
AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
1900 University Ave, Austin, TX 7870517jul - 21All DayFirst Western Slicer Project Week and Inaugural Slicer IGT Project Weekaka 26th NA-MIC Project Week
Next week, Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin will attend the first Western Slicer Project Week held in London, Ontario, Canada. Kitware is proud to be a sponsor and [...]
Slicer Project Week is a hands-on activity in which medical image computing researchers and students create solutions using the image computing platform, 3D Slicer, and its CMake , VTK, and ITK components. It is intended for novices as well as experienced users, focusing on learning the basics, developing programs, and interacting with world experts in this exciting field. This is the first extension Slicer project week. Originally proposed as a small Slicer hackfest, it has quickly grown into a full blown project week with an additional meeting in conjunction with SPWW to discuss and develop goals specific to image-guided therapy, making it the inaugural Slicer IGT Project Week as well.
This event is endorsed by the MICCAI Society.
17 (Monday) - 21 (Friday) Eastern Time, Toronto
Robarts Research Institute, Western University
1151 Richmond St. N., London, Ontario, Canada
Western University To be added to the mailing list, contact: email@example.com - 26All DayComputer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) 201721jul9:45 am- 6:00 pmComputer Vision for Microscopy Image AnalysisWorkshop held in Conjunction with the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) Conference
From 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. HAST, Kitware co-founder Charles Law will present "Deep learning applied to challenges in detecting melanoma cells in lymph node biopsies." Read [...]
From 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. HAST, Kitware co-founder Charles Law will present “Deep learning applied to challenges in detecting melanoma cells in lymph node biopsies.” Read about more activities in which members of Kitware will participate at CVPR.
(Friday) 9:45 am - 6:00 pm Hawaii-Aleutian
Hawaii Convention Center
1801 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815
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The ParaView team is pleased to announce the availability of the ParaView 3.12.0 final binaries for download on the ParaView Download Page. ParaView 3.12 can be considered as a bug-fix release with over 190 issues resolved. The detailed list can be found on the change-log page.
With Python being one of the preferred means of interacting with ParaView, we've added support to create animation tracks that use Python scripts to build highly customized animations.
Plugins support is one of the strong points of ParaView and with this release, we've made it easier to load deployed plugins on the server processes as well. All distributed plugins are now listed on the client as well as the server side.'
The release includes updates to LANL's streaming framework. The multiresolution streaming view now automatically adjusts resolution to match the projected image size. Also, VTK filters are now able to modify meta-information which means they can modify the data while still allowing the streaming framework to cull and prioritize pieces. An example is a new spherical warp filter that projects flat data onto the globe while correctly tracking piece bounding boxes.
Also, there are updates to support users of the cosmology and windblade formats. For example the MaskPoints filter (used to place glyphs and in other places) was updated with new options that improve random sampling in parallel. Likewise VTK's Gaussian Splatter filter is now exposed in ParaView which makes it easy to visualize point set data with imaging filters. The cosmo and windblade readers have also been revised.
This version includes some major changes under the covers. ParaView 3.12 includes improvements to the underpinnings of ParaView ServerManager. The communication layer under the ParaView ServerManager was upgraded to minimize communication as well as making it easier to debug and trace messages being exchanged between client and server. We now use Google Protocol Buffers, for example, to exchange messages between client and server.
In addition, there are several small but notable improvements included in this release for example, the views now use caching to avoid re-renders from repaints due to menus and dialogs popup up on the screen; volume rendering of uniform grids now supports shading; ability to enable specular highlights when using scalar coloring and others.
The development team has adopted a git-workflow-based development process that is integrated with the ParaView Bug Tracker. The workflow enables us to track every change that goes into ParaView and maintain a stable repository.