New video release - Inside Explorer

25 March, 2013 - 10:40

Today we celebrate our nomination to the Innovations Award at the Museums + Heritage Awards 2013 by releasing a new video - Inside Explorer.

Inside Explorer is an interactive visualization system that enables museum and science centre visitors to interactively explore subjects scanned using medical imaging systems. Today it is used at museums and science centres around the world allowing visitors to explore everything from mummies to Martian meteorites, shortening the distance between research and public outreach.

Inside Explorer was used at the Science Uncovered event at the Natural History Museum in London 2012, and is together with NHM shortlisted for the Innovations Award at the Museums + Heritage Awards 2013. 

The visualization of the Gebelein man was featured in the exhibition Virtual Autopsy at the British Museum in 2012-2013.

Inside Explorer is developed by Interactive Institute Swedish ICT in collaboration with Visualization Centre C and Center for Medical Image Science and Visualization (CMIV).

The datasets in the video were provided by the British Museum, the Natural History Museum and CMIV.