May 19, 2016
BodyViz will be exhibiting at the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society's (HAPS) 30th Annual Conference May 21 - 24 in Atlanta, GA. If you have faculty attending from your institution, we will be located at Booth 24. The BodyViz software will be presented with an ultra-short throw 3D projection system on a 100-inch screen with conference attendees donning 3D glasses, navigating through real patient MRI/CT imaging data with ease. We look forward to seeing you there!
If you will not be attending HAPS this year and are interested in learning more, no problem! Sign up for a 15 or 30 minute online demonstration at your convenience by clicking here.
The history of the Human Anatomy and Phylogy Society extends back to 1987, when members of several different academic organizations responded to the perceived need to create a professional organization for anatomy educators. The society was incorporated as a non-profit corporation, Human Anatomy and Physiology Society, Inc., in 1991.
HAPS' mission is to promote excellence in the teaching of anatomy and physiology through facilitated communication, collaboration, innovation, and research between its over 1,700 members from educational levels ranging from high school to universities and private businesses. HAPS hosts a national conference annually, as well as smaller regional conferences, and is partnered with several other professional organizations, including the American Physiological Society, American Association of Anatomists, and the American Association of Clinical Anatomists.
BodyViz creates incredible 3D MRI / CT scan visualizations, unlocking medical imaging data for educational institutions, surgeons, specialists, doctors, and legal professionals. BodyViz has been awarded the prestigious Prometheus Award for both Startup Company of the Year and Breakout Company of the Year by the Technology Association of Iowa, was awarded first place in the John Pappajohn Iowa Business Plan Competition. The software has been used in both print and television media including the megahit reality television show The Biggest Loser, The Doctors daytime show, CNBC, The Des Moines Register, The Sun, BBC News, Daily Mail, and Reader’s Digest. Leveraging expertise developed at Iowa State University’s state-of-the-art Virtual Reality Application Center (VRAC), BodyViz, the product and company, were developed by VRAC Director James Oliver, VRAC Associate Director, Eliot Winer, world renowned surgeon, Dr. Thom Lobe and serial entrepreneur Curt Carlson. BodyViz has extensive 3D visualization features that enable users to quickly and effectively view, investigate, dissect patient data using an Xbox controller, changing the way educational, medical and legal professionals view their world. This virtual reality visualization software is affordably priced, lightweight and simple to use on laptops, PCs or on cinema (stereoscopic) 3D projection systems. Services include turnkey installation, configuration, training, patient MRI/CT scan library, and an annual upgrade & support package providing for new BodyViz releases, software enhancements, toll-free telephone support and online training.
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