3Di Viewer – Advanced Multi-Modality
3D Image Viewing and Analysis

3Di Viewer

  • Overview
  • Features

The 3Di Viewer is a comprehensive multi-modality medical imaging viewer, featuring remarkably high image quality, real-time interactivity and a complete set of tools for advanced image view and analysis. The 3Di Viewer is used by referring physicians and imaging specialists to review, analyze and report imaging studies.

Advanced Imaging Functionality

Review 2D images, cine loops or volumetric studies using advanced tools for measurements, image manipulations and filters. Enable personal setting with an intuitive user interface.

Volumetric Images

Review any volumetric study in various viewing modes, such as maximum intensity projection (MIP), minimum intensity projection (MinIP), average and volume rendering. Easily select, edit or create color mappings.

The 3Di Viewer provides cube view, cut plane and sculpting tools for sub volume investigation, and "relate" and landmark tools for volume to 2D correlation. A dedicated layout for MRP (multi-planar reformat) and double-oblique MPR with slab MIP/volume rendering viewing modes are also provided.

Tissue Segmentation

The 3Di Viewer provides intuitive semi-automatic tissue segmentation tools, such as dynamic injection and one-click component selection, allowing the user to isolate anatomical structures from the volume for measurements and viewing. The software also provides multi-tissue creation, viewing and editing capabilities and automatic dedicated CT couch removal and bone removal tools.

Vascular Analysis

The 3Di Viewer provides a dedicated set of views for general curve review, such as straightened view and curved MPR MIP views. Also included are advanced vascular analysis tools, such as one-click centerline and contour extraction, with vessel measurements capabilities and endoluminal fly-through along the vessel.


The fly-through mode enables automatic or manual navigation through structures filled with contrast or air, such as blood vessels or a colon, with axial, sagital and coronal view synchronization, and angular and orientation controls. A fly-through movie may be recorded.

Series Comparison

A side-by-side synchronized presentation with oblique MRP view is provided for comparison of two volumetric datasets, with registration tools used for studies of anatomical matching.

Saving Results, Images and Movies

The 3Di Viewer allows the user to save records of all results, images and movies generated by the 3Di Viewer, for later review and reporting. A 2D batch cine, automatic volume rotation or any other volume manipulation can be recorded, loaded and played in cine mode. Time cine is also available for multiphase CT or MR review. The output can be saved in different formats, including DICOM, AVI, JPEG and BMP.

3Di Viewer Feature Highlights

Standard Edition

  • Review and analysis of CT, MR, NM, PET, US, Angio, DR and CR DICOM images
  • 2D and cine loops image reviewing and manipulations, such as zoom, pan and rotate
  • Display of gray scale and color images
  • Image filters: enhance, smooth, invert
  • Measurement tools: pixel value, distance, ROI, angle
  • Dedicated layout for MRP (multi-planar reformat) and double-oblique MPR with slab MIP/Volume Rendering viewing modes.
  • 3D image viewing (volume rendering, MIP, MinIP, average) with image manipulations
  • Preset/customizable volume display color protocols
  • Relate and landmark tools for volume to 2D correlation
  • Set a synchronized center of rotation
  • Sculpt tool, cube view and cut plane for sub volume view
  • Batch/movie creation and saving tools, supporting DICOM, JPEG, AVI and BMP format
  • Save any view or the entire screen in DICOM, BMP or JPEG format
  • Undo and redo operations New!
  • Multi-language support
  • Adjustable window screen size and location

Professional Edition

  • Report or print any generated image New!
  • Multi-tissue creation and viewing control
  • Tissue segmentation tools
    • Dynamic region growing with tissue characteristic control
    • One-click component selection
    • Enlarge and dilate morphological operations
  • Dedicated CT automatic couch removal and bone removal tools
  • Endoluminal view with synchronized orthogonal views and path fly-through
  • Dedicated layout with curved MIP MPR and Straightened MPR ("panoramic") views
  • Vessel tracking (CT/MR) with auto centerline extraction
  • Dedicated layout for comparison follow-up studies side-by-side with registration tools