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Siemens cements partnership for 3D

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HipGraphics has extended its exclusive partnership with Siemens Medical Solutions to continue developing interactive 3D medical imaging applications. Under the agreement, the two companies, which have been working together to develop 3D applications for

HipGraphics has extended its exclusive partnership with Siemens Medical Solutions to continue developing interactive 3D medical imaging applications. Under the agreement, the two companies, which have been working together to develop 3D applications for more than 20 years, will further evolve their hybridization of InSpace 3D imaging software, which works in concert with syngo software. Syngo links Siemens' various imaging technologies. The latest version of this software-syngo InSpace4D-enables 3D images to be displayed in motion. InSpace runs on Siemens' Leonardo workstation.

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