Disect v3.2 is released
Disect v3.2 is the latest release in our new generation of Disect product. It continues our expansion in functionality by adding a suite of user definable options that give easier control of image manipulations via the computer keyboard as well as a laptop trackpad. Further enhancements include the ability to turn on/off the coloured outline of the movable cut planes, and a tool that displays the grey scale value of the displayed image directly under the on-screen cursor. These new features give Disect users an improved viewing experience and access to additional image data.
We thank our many collaborators and customers whose feedback has made a valuable contribution to our development of v3.2.
For more information on Disect please visit our product page. To buy Disect or download a 30 day trial please visit our support page
Disect Systems bakes a virtual cake
for Innovation Martlesham
Innovation Martlesham, the cluster of ICT companies on the Adastral Park site which includes Disect Systems, hosted an event on Friday 21st October 2011 to celebrate recent achievements. In addition to giving a presentation at the event on their latest Disect software viewer, Disect Systems was invited to create a virtual cake for the ceremony which could be cut into using a virtual knife provided by the Disect viewer.
The guest wielding the knife was Therese Coffey, the Conservative MP for Suffolk Coastal. The ceremony was held in the Ross Building on the Adastral Park site, where Disect Systems have their office.
The cake cutting and presentation by Disect Systems served to highlight that ICT is at the centre of Innovation Martlesham and all the companies in the cluster.
The photos above show our Technical Director Dr David Heatley with Therese Coffey MP, and demonstrating the latest version of our software viewer to the invited guests.
More information about the event can be found on the Innovation Martlesham webpage.
Disect Systems joins Innovation Martlesham and moves to new premises
The following news article is an extract from the Innovation Martlesham website at www.innovationmartlesham.com.
Innovation Martlesham would like to announce that Disect Systems has successfully moved out of the Incubator program and into the newly refurbished Ross building as a paying tenant of Innovation Martlesham at Adastral Park.
Disect Systems Ltd is a UK based developer of scanner imaging software specifically designed to run on conventional computing platforms rather than expensive bespoke solutions. The Disect product is a software viewing system for radiology files with an integrated high definition conferencing system for sharing images in pristine quality between multiple locations. This is aimed at the health and education market.
After securing a grant from the Technology Strategy Board (TSB), Disect Systems is working with the University of Essex on the research and development of leading edge scanner technology.
Derek Brinkley, CEO of Disect said, “Disect Systems was the first company to enter the Innovation Martlesham Incubator at Adastral Park and has benefited from real contributions by the mentor network. As a result we are now able to stand on our own feet and move out of the incubator and into the new Ross building. We are very keen to be part of a successful ICT cluster, creating an environment in which companies like Disect Systems can succeed.”