Volume Graphics introduces the next version of its product family for the analysis and visualization of industrial computed tomography (CT) data: Version 3.4.1 of VGSTUDIO MAX, VGSTUDIO, VGMETROLOGY, and VGinLINE. Starting with version 3.4 for Windows, Volume Graphics has optimized the user interface of its applications for high resolutions up to 4K.
And now VGSTUDIO MAX and myVGL are back for macOS—and better than ever with new native support for Retina displays. This means that the user interface of VGSTUDIO MAX 3.4.1 and myVGL 3.4.1 appears as bright and razor-sharp as customers would expect from a macOS application.
The Most Comprehensive Version of VGSTUDIO MAX Yet
Volume Graphics is now bringing the latest version of its software for analysis and visualization of industrial computed tomography (CT) data back to the Mac, and with it an array of possibilities to its Mac users. Among the new features, which were introduced with VGSTUDIO MAX 3.4, are a Reverse Engineering Module, which converts CT scans into CAD models, a Digital Volume Correlation Module that simply and intuitively quantifies displacements between an initial and deformed volume, a visualization option for deviations of geometric tolerances, and subvoxel-accurate defect detection.*
Among the new features of VGSTUDIO MAX 3.4.1 for macOS are a Digital Volume Correlation Module
VGSTUDIO MAX + myVGL: A Cross-Platform Dream Team
With VGSTUDIO MAX 3.4.1 and myVGL 3.4.1 for Windows, macOS, and Linux, Volume Graphics gives customers the flexibility to exchange CT analysis results across platforms: CT scans can be evaluated on Windows and then be sent to customers working with macOS or Linux or vice versa.
myVGL 3.4.1 for macOS