- June 2012: DMMD releases the Exuo PACS server. It is free to use.
- April 2012: DMMD releases Photoshop Host SDK. The Photoshop Host SDK allows you to run any Photoshop filter inside your own application. You can now create your own web-based applications that apply Photoshop filters to generate Photoshop effects automatically. Process images inside your application as if your application is Photoshop.
- April 2011: DMMD adds to Visere support for a multitude of 2D and 3D cameras, including: Canon, Point Grey, Kinect, and most web cameras.
- February 2011: DMMD joins the Qt Ambassador Program for developing Visere into a multi-OS, advanced image viewing and processing platform.
- November 2010: DMMD releases the first version of Visere 64 for Linux. This is a big step forward for DMMD and it shows the company’s commitment to the development of a cross platform image processing tool. In the following months DMMD will continue to enhance and add new features to Visere, as the product matures into a more capable imaging, viewing and processing tool.
- November 2010: DMMD’s support for Photoshop Plugins has been acknowledged in “The Plugin Newsletter – October/November 2010″ from ThePluginSite.com (read by ten thousands of people worldwide). It says:
Digital Multi-Media Design (DMMD) offers the AQuaDenoise filter plugin (for Windows). It offers noise reduction options, which are meant for medical and forensic imaging. That is why it only works with grayscale images. So to use it, you either need to convert your image to grayscale or only select one image channel before applying it. Additionally the company also offers a free ViserePlugInSDK (VPISDK), which can be used by developers to support Photoshop plugins with their application.
A link to the full letter is available here.
- Summer 2010: WhiteCap has been FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approved as part of SimonDR’s podiatry system. To pass FDA approval, DMMD had to conform to strict FDA requirements for software development processes.
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