is inviCRO's multi-modality post-processing suite for SPECT, CT, PET, MR and
optical imaging data. DICOM, NifTI, and raw data can be imported as well as
many proprietary formats from pre-clinical imaging equipment. VivoQuant
combines fundamental viewing functionality with powerful tools for fine-tuning
images, isolating and analyzing regions of interest, and more. Multiple display
modes including orthogonal views, slice views, special co-registration
multi-views as well as 3D MIP and volume renderings allow users to optimally
view information of interest. Built-in tools allow the imaging scientist to
extract the information she or he needs with minimal effort.
Please contact us at email@example.com for more
details on how to trial VivoQuant.
2013-02-18 » News: VivoQuant 1.22 released
inviCRO is excited to announce the release of VivoQuant 1.22. With new and
expanded functionality, this version continues to deliver the premier
multi-modality image viewing and analysis platform which you and your team have
come to expect from inviCRO. VivoQuant 1.22 provides enhanced tools to
streamline your image analysis workflows for all of your SPECT, CT, PET, MR and
optical imaging data.
Please also see attached flyer for more details.
Please join us for an overview of new and improved features in VivoQuant 1.22 (see
attached flyer for more details and links):
Revamped Registration and Reorientation Tool with stronger 2D & 3D capabilities
Improved 3D ROI tool with Newly Added Interpolation Tool, Undo/Redo Support and Expanded Keyboard Shortcuts
New Dosimetry Tool
Expanded VivoScript Capabilities, allowing more batch processing and automation
High definition renderings thanks to new Image Magnification Tool
VivoQuant Session Tool with iPACS Integrated
Improved Data Loading and Handling of DICOM and non-DICOM Image Data
Expanded Scriptable Workflows
Now also available on Linux (RHEL 5 compatible)
and much more!
2013-01-13 » News: Super sized images from VivoQuant
Thanks to the new magnification feature of the upcoming VivoQuant 1.22
you can now blow up your renderings to poster size, e.g. for instance this
rendering of a mouse in 3430x8510 pixels (click on image for full size).
2012-10-18 » News: VivoQuant now available on Linux
We are pleased to announce the official availability of VivoQuant 1.22 alpha versions
for 64-bit Linux. If you are a Linux user, please provide your feedback to
further improve the Linux experience before the final release of VQ 1.22 in December.
Currently, we build VQ for RHEL 5 (also compabitle with CentOS 5
and Scientific Linux 5), however, more flavors could be available on
VQ 1.22: MPR View meets 3D ROI Tool
A new feature has arrived in VQ 1.22, adding an MPR view to the 3D ROI tool. Thanks to VivoScript, movies such as the above can be rendered completely automatically.
VQ 1.21: New Atlas analysis modules available!
SPECT/CT rat intrathecal injection study. CSF space and brain sub-regions
were classified via VivoQuant's 3D ROI tool and Brain Atlas Segmentation
2012-06-06 » News: VivoQuant 1.21 released
inviCRO is excited to announce the release of VivoQuant 1.21. With new and
expanded functionality, the development team has been hard at work to continue
to deliver an image viewing and analysis platform that is more powerful,
flexible, efficient and easier to use for your research needs. VivoQuant users
now have access to a new and improved Distance and Annotation Tool, revamped
iPACS sync and DICOM proxy clients, new VivoQuant sessions feature, improved
data loading and handling of DICOM and non-DICOM image data, expanded
scriptable workflows, and
2012-03-07 » News: VivoQuant export renderings to Browser
VivoQuant 1.21 now allows the export of ROI renderings to
your favorite (non-IE) web browser.
Thanks to the X Toolkit (XTK), sharing
your ROI data has become even more simple. Now your audience does not need a
VivoQuant license to be able to check out your latest ROIs or Atlas work.
The export is implemented as a VivoScript, using VivoQuant's brand new
ScriptEngine, which means the exported web page can be customized very easily.
Currently, experience is best on Chrome and Firefox, however, also in
Safari you can enable WebGL.
Internet Explorer requires the installation of a plugin.
VivoQuant 1.21 will come with many more VivoScript examples, e.g.
automatic segmentation, a humane rat skinner, export of new movie types, etc...
2011-11-11 » News: VivoQuant 1.20 released
inviCRO is excited to announce the release of VivoQuant 1.20. With new and
expanded functionality, the development team has been hard at work to deliver
an image viewing and analysis platform that is more powerful, flexible,
efficient and easier to use for your research needs. VivoQuant users will be
introduced to a further revamped and improved 3D ROI tool, Bruker and Aspect
Imaging MR data loading support, PET/MR viewing support, scriptable workflows,
expanded DICOM support, and much more!
inviCRO has recently signed
non-exclusive distribution agreements with two leading manufacturers of pre-clinical
MR systems for distribution of VivoQuant as their multi-modal solution for
viewing and analyzing image data.
Overhauled 3D ROI tool with extended functionality, improved
performance and increased integration with the iPACS and inviCRO’s plug-in
Drastic improvements for handling MR data including extended support
for loading Bruker and Aspect Imaging MR image data as well as the ability
to load anisotropic MR data as volume data for PET/MR and MR/Optical
Scriptable (xml) Workflows Tool for creating user-friendly "Follow-me" protocols
Histogram percentile calculator incorporated with the Min/Max tool
Preprocessing tool for advanced users to semi-automate their preprocessing routines
Ability to fuse 1-slice 2D optical data with n-slice planar data
And about 25 smaller improvements as well as over 50 bugfixes
VivoQuant is available for Windows XP/Vista/7 (32/64 bit) as well as Mac OS X
10.6 (Snow Leopard) and 10.7 (Lion).
The brain and segmentation plugins of inviCRO have also been updated to make
full use of VivoQuant's new and improved capabilities and additionally the
integration into inviCRO's iPACS has been further enhanced.
For a full list of changes, please consult the ChangeLog.
2011-10-19 » News: First release candidate of VQ 1.20 available
The new VQ 1.20 has entered final testing and is now available for early adopters.
With more than 70 improvements and fixes, including a fully overhauled and
extended 3D ROI tool, VQ 1.20 is another major release.
2011-04-12 » News: New VivoQuant website launched
We have now launched a web-site dedicated to our post-processing software VivoQuant.
From now on you will find here all news and new versions of VQ.
2011-04-10 » News: Release candidated for VQ 1.19 and 3D ROI Tool available
Please find installers of release candidates for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit as
well as Mac OS X 64-bit in the Download section. These versions are currently undergoing
last tests before the final release of the 1.19 stable version.
2011-04-08 » News: VivoQuant 1.19: Welcome to the Third Dimension
inviCRO's latest VivoQuant features the powerful fully 3D ROI tool. For
the first time, you will be able to classify each individual voxel of a three
dimensional volume dataset. VQ will support your segmentation efforts with
easy to use, however, powerful toolbox for manual, semi-automatic and fully
VQ continues to fully support multi-modal and dynamic data, also in the
3D ROI tool. You only have to do the segmentation for a fixed ROI once
and it will be evaluated for all loaded datasets automatically.
Test versions of the new 3D ROI tool are available as
part of our beta testing program (see left Download column).
Manual segmentation tools:
Painting Mode: Use a circle or 3D-sphere tool to classify voxels in
one of the three orthogonal views.
Spline Tool: Use the spline tool to draw and
manipulate ROI shapes, adjust the spline points, add/remove regions in
free hand mode or use the thresholding tool and subsequently push ROI
borders back in or expand them using the Bully.
Any ROI can easily be eroded or dilated to remove or add to the outer
layer of voxels. This tools allows to clean-up images, as well as
compensate for effects such as partial volume or limited resolution.
Semi-automatic segmentation tools:
The 3D ROI tool provides powerful thresholding methods:
Global threshold classifies all voxels within a given value range.
Connected thresholding allows to additionally set a seed point, from
which all voxels in the given range are added to the ROI. Allows easy
segmentation of lungs, of if constricted to a region of Xenograft
tumors or other border regions.
Neighborhood thresholding also applies a connected thresholding,
however, only adds voxels whose neighbors also fulfill the
thresholding condition. This method can be used to efficiently segment
separated compartments such as lungs or the brain.
Fully-automatic segmentation tools:
Histogram-based auto-thresholding allows to
separate any input ROI into foreground and background, e.g. outside air and
body of an animal, or if applied on the body it separates tissue from bone.
Confidence Connected auto-thresholding requires a seed point and
evaluates the voxels in its neighborhood to then add all connected
voxels within a certain variance- and mean-based confidence level.
Full integration into inviCRO's iPACS Data Management System and the
automated analysis tools, such as the tumor analysis and atlas-based
brain tools. ROIs and quantification results can be stored and later
retrieved to and from an iPACS with one click. Making it easier than
ever before to exchange and archive (CFR21 part 11 compatible) your