T. Higaki, H. Mizuno:
Four-dimensional imaging with virtual reality to quantitatively explore jigsaw puzzle-like morphogenesis of Arabidopsis cotyledon pavement cells
Plant Biotechnology (2020) vol. 37, no. 4, pp. 429-435, DOI: 10.5511/plantbiotechnology.20.0605a.
I used to examine my 3D cell models by looking at a 2D monitor, but with Aivia VR, I can intuitively control my viewpoint and the position of the model. It also reduces my observation load, allowing for a more immersive observation. Aivia VR is an indispensable tool for me to improve the quality of my data observations.
Takumi Higaki, Faculty of Advanced Science and Technology (FAST), Kumamoto University
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