Tactile Anatomy, a project powered by Vesalius3D, sets the standard for 3D printing in soft materials. We would like to congratulate Peyman Sardari Nia and his exceptional team on the launch of their innovative Tactile Anatomy platform. This innovative solution revolutionizes the #3dprinting of medical images using soft materials. The #tactileanatomy software seamlessly integrates Vesalius3D's state-of-the-art multimodality imaging segmentation, incorporating Echo, CT, and MRI scans, to provide unparalleled 3D visualization. The software also incorporates advanced extraction, post-processing, and 3D print preparation tools, further enhancing its capabilities. To ensure a comprehensive and efficient workflow, an industrial open-material DLP 3D printer, a curing machine, and an ultrasonic cleaner have been thoughtfully integrated into the process. We express our deepest gratitude to Dr. Peyman Sardari for allowing us the privilege of being part of the development of this remarkable project. Our collaboration with Dr. Peyman and his team, nurtured over the years, has culminated in this launch. We expect that Tactile Anatomy will have a significant impact on the field of 3D printing and medical imaging.
We are excited to announce our participation in the 2nd-year General Assembly meeting of the 'TransAct' project, part of the Excel initiative, which will be held in Valencia, Spain. The TransAct project is a collaborative effort that aims to develop a universal, distributed solution architecture for the transformation of safety-critical cyber-physical systems.
This two-day event will bring together partners from nine countries to share the latest project results. We, at PS-tech, are excited to showcase our progress in bringing our innovative 3D Medical Visualization application, Vesalius3D from a stand-alone setup to a cloud environment.