BodyViz, the Ames-based virtual-reality, medical-imaging company, is the subject of a feature article in the Feb. 11 issue of the United Kingdom version of Readers Digest. “X-rays Go Xbox” is the title of the article, which describes how scientists at Iowa State University put together a system that allows physicians to navigate full-color medical scans …Continue reading “Ames’ BodyViz featured in U.K. Readers Digest”
Eliot Winer, Brandon Newendorp, and Tyler Streeter were recently featured in a KCCI news report on the ever-increasing number of applications for the iPhone and iPod touch. Winer, an associate professor in mechanical engineering (ME), spoke to the convenience of using different applications on the phone, as well as the dependency users can develop. Newendorp, a …Continue reading “Engineering faculty, students featured in iPhone app report”
‘Disruptive technology’ erupts on the scene at Iowa State as a small start-up moves into the medical marketplace—and beyond
BodyViz, an Ames virtual reality company developed by Jim Oliver, director of Iowa States Virtual Reality Applications Center and professor of mechanical engineering, and Eliot Winer, associate director of the center and associate professor of mechanical engineering, has taken the top prize of $25,000 in the fourth annual John Pappajohn Iowa Business Plan Competition.