Our ViewMD app enables users to capture image, Each image that is captured will be securely stored in the cloud, making use of all the best security standards and practices that comes along with AWS cloud.
Images can be live streamed to remote devices for instant sharing and collaboration.
Images are organized by the field of pathology, patients and sub cases, this way users can easily retrieve images, anytime, anywhere, whether its from a pc , laptop or mobile device.
Users can also choose to make use of our overlays for measuring in microns(μm), zoom in on areas of interest and alter colors and brightness as needed.
Each annotation project can be setup with its own set of images captured in the AppSuite. All on request 3rd party images can also be uploaded.
Once a project is setup one or more users can be assigned to add annotation information to the images. Users can simply add an annotation onto an image by click on the image, annotations can also be removed in a similar way by right clicking the image.
Once an annotation is added to the image, users can then go ahead and classify the annotation by selecting from the pre configured list of annotation labels created in the project setup step.
Multiple users can annotate the same image and results can later be layered on top of each other for comparison purposes. Annotated images can be used for research, train machine learning models as well as student education.
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