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Improved Mimics image processing software reduces memory demands by 30 percent

Materialise : 27 June, 2007  (New Product)
Materialise has released an improved version of its Mimics image processing software to raise the bar in image processing and editing based on stacked data such as CT and MRI.
Continuous development and support have resulted in the release of Mimics 11.

Mimics is a powerful, yet easy to use software, that boosts cutting edge research to an even higher level by creating accurate 3D structures from scanned images and providing a link to Rapid Prototyping (RP), Computer Aided Engineering and Design (CAE/CAD), Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).

The software also allows virtual surgery to be performed.

Mimics 11 reduces memory consumption by 30 percent in comparison to earlier versions of the software.

This allows the user to generate accurate 3D images very quickly.
The software incorporates an enhanced 3D editor, making it easier than ever to perform segmentations.

The new version also comes with a new remesher.

The 3-matic remesher is a powerful tool that enables the user to preserve contours and determine triangle size locally, based on wall thickness.

In addition, Mimics 11 includes optimised repositioning tools, enhanced X-ray reconstruction and photo mapping, which makes 3D reconstruction more realistic and eye-catching.

Materialise supports research with the Mimics Innovation Awards, every year rewarding the most innovative uses of Mimics with a monetary prize of Euros 17,500.
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