Scalable Adaptive Graphics Environment: A Novel Way to View and Manipulate Whole-Slide Images - Victor Mateevitsi | PhD student, Maker, Inventor, Entrepreneur | Human Augmented
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Scalable Adaptive Graphics Environment: A Novel Way to View and Manipulate Whole-Slide Images

02 Sep Scalable Adaptive Graphics Environment: A Novel Way to View and Manipulate Whole-Slide Images

The Scalable Adaptive Graphics Environment (SAGE) was developed at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s (UIC) Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL) to facilitate collaborative efforts that require the sharing of data-intensive information for analysis. SAGE is a cross-platform, community-driven, open-source visualization and collaboration tool that enables users to access, display, and share a variety of data-intensive information, in a variety of resolutions and format, from multiple sources, on tiled display walls of arbitrary size. SAGE walls have had the ability to display digital-cinema animations, high resolution images, high-definition video-conferences, presentation slides, documents, spreadsheets, and computer screens; however, there was no way to display and manipulate histologic whole-slide images (WSIs). Our desire was to create a tool to permit the importation, display, and manipulation of WSI in the SAGE environment.

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V. Mateevitsi, and B. Levy. “Scalable Adaptive Graphics Environment: A Novel Way to View and Manipulate Whole-Slide Images.” Analytical Cellular Pathology 2014 (2014)

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Dr. Bruce Levy, University of Illinois at Chicago