Register now for the upcoming free webinar on Voloom 2.0, the fastest and most versatile software for the reconstruction and analysis of serially sectioned histology stacks! The presented topics will be followed by a Q&A session.

Topics covered:

  • 3D reconstruction of bright field and fluorescence histology slides
  • Navigating through 3D histology data sets
  • Tumor volume quantification
  • Processing and loading of confocal whole slide imagery


  • 15 April 2014, 9am PDT / noon EDT / 18:00 CEST
  • 7 May 2014, 8am EDT / 14:00 CEST / 21:00 JST

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About Voloom:
Voloom is the most intuitive and automated software solution for 3D reconstruction, visualization, and analysis in digital pathology. It helps pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and pathology researchers with cell counting, tumor border computation, volume measurements, finding regions in serial sections, and many more histology applications.
Utilizing patent pending image registration technology developed by microDimensions, Voloom can reconstruct 3D volumes from histological serial sections in a matter of minutes, compared to previous solutions that took “several hours to a couple of days to reconstruct one well aligned 3D model”, as stated by Yagi et al. in their talk on “Overcoming Challenges in Histology 3D Imaging” at the 5th International Congress on Virtual Microscopy. These reconstructed volumes as well as confocal volumes can be visualized in 3D and high resolution as if they were original, uncut samples. Moreover, 3D segmentation and modeling tools allow in-depth analysis of your specimen.
For more information and to obtain a fully functional demo version please visit the product page at

About the speakers:
Dr. Martin Groher is CEO and co-founder of microDimensions. His career started in academia, where he finished a MSc and PhD followed by a postdoctoral fellowship at the department of computer science of the Technische Universität München. During that time Martin became an expert in medical image analysis and visualization, first in the radiology domain and, as of 2008, with a particular focus on microscopy and histology. In 2011 he was one of the founders of microDimensions and fully devoted himself to the development of software solutions for digital pathology.
Dr. Andreas Keil is vice president sales of microDimensions. He joined microDimensions in 2013 after his stay as postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University where he worked on novel reconstruction methods for computer-assisted tomography. Andreas has a PhD in computer science and an MSc in mathematics from Technische Universität München.