WVU research merges virtual reality and artificial intelligence to reveal and analyze gigantic images in stunning detail

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Excited to continue the support, creation, and integration of new AI tools that boost the immersive analytics capabilities of syGlass, a VR software for the navigation and analysis of large image volumes. We will create new tools that quickly adapt and speed up large volumetric microscopy data analysis and quantification. Gianfranco Doretto will be the WVU PI of a $3.6M SBIR grant awarded by the NIH BRAIN Initiative.

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