EnSight data usually comes from computer simulations. But in this case the data came from an MRI, an MRI of a beating human heart. A highly specialized segment of the MRI research community focuses on cutting-edge MRI hardware and scanning algorithms. That community includes Linkoping University in Sweden where this image was created. The […]
We’ve noticed a surge in interest in EnSight for visualizing flooding and other groundwater control simulations. Yes, we do have translation routines for both River-FLO, FLO-2D, MIKE21_FM, and MIKE21_Classic formats. These translation routines to convert these formats into EnSight Case Format, which can then be read into and visualized with EnSight. Summary of the different […]
Our customers are using EnSight to design future jet cars, make boats more maneuverable, make engines more efficient, and guide doctors in the understanding of blood flow. So we’re begging you to consider registering as a potential user meeting speaker. We made an easy form. Filling it out only expresses interest – not commitment. And sometimes […]
The April 2012 issue of JMRI cover features an image made with EnSight. And an article inside mentions how EnSight is used with MRI/DICOM data to visualize blood flow.
“Communicating the results of CFD analysis is critical to a successful project and our business. It can be difficult to explain to someone not familiar with CFD what they are looking at. The ease with which we can change views, compare different cases side-by-side, and create animations in EnSight allows us to provide the necessary […]