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Apr 26 2012

Interactive 3D Medical Imaging with PCoIP

Few weeks back I saw Scott Davis, CTO for End User Computing at VMware (@shd_9) demonstrating an interesting application that manages X-Rays and MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging) using 3D technology over PCoIP. It wasn’t the first time I had seen PCoIP delivering lossless images, as this is one of the key attributes of Teradici’s protocol. However with this applications and the help of an iPad for the multi-gesturing this application becomes a very powerful tool for doctors to be able to remotely access their patients and make decisions.

I see that as a inital seed for amazing things that remoting technologies will be able to deliver to the Healthcare vertical for the next coming years.

I thought this was an excellent use case for the lossless capabilities of PCoIP and asked Scott to demonstrate that again in a video; which he kindly agreed.

 

 

Cool, isn’t?

 

This article was first published by Andre Leibovici (@andreleibovici) at myvirtualcloud.net.

 

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  1. d_

    All that money spent on medical grade displays, and now doctors want ipads.

  2. Andre Leibovici

    @d_
    LOL. Also, be prepared for the Zero Client Touch Screen displays that will start to appear in the healthcare vertical.

    Andre

  1. myvirtualcloud.net » Zero Client Touch-Enabled Display

    [...] If you are interested in how VMware, Teradici and PCoIP can help you in the healthcare vertical also read this article with/ video (Interactive 3D Medical Imaging with PCoIP). [...]

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