Streaming Examples

Only those image parts the user wants to see are transmitted by streaming. Without sending complete huge images or big stacks completly before the first image can be seen, streaming provides the user with an overview immediately.
While zomming or panning for the next section the image details are loaded in the background. Image portions that are not needed will not be transmitted.
This works with a few huge images (pathology) as well as with a huge number of small images (radiology). 3D-stack (CT) or timly related sequences (angiography), by streaming you will see exactly what you need.
This improves work and reduces ressources, network or local station. JPView by imassense realizes this image distribution through official, DICOM compatible standards (JPEG2000/JPIP) and without the use of active components at the browsers site. This saves ressources, installation and support expenses without the dependency on a proprietary image format. All documents can be stored as JPEG2000 files.

No active parts are needed to see the examples, just activated Javascript.

Mammography
Mammography

Follow up of 32 mammographies in planar orientation

Biopsy
Biopsy

Biopsy with 9 focus levels, compression rate 40:1

Angiography (3D)
Angiography (3D)

Angiography of the skull with 543 frames from a 3D-rotation

Angiography (CM)
Angiography (CM)

Vascular angiography with contrast medium by 17 time fractions

Computer Tomography
Computer Tomography

Computer Tomography of the femur with 508 images

Macroscopy
Macroscopy

3D Macroscopy with 22.5° angel of the spine (Morbus Bechterew)