Today I’m really excited to finally show you something that’s been in the works, both in implementation and in the planning stages, for a long time. The CardioSolv Simulation Manager.
Running cardiac electrophysiology (and mechanics) simulations has traditionally been really complicated. It involved learning a bunch of UNIX command-line tricks, dealing with queuing systems and their associated script files, and so on. Furthermore, there are many, many options in a sophisticated cardiac simulator, and the novice user (and even the expert) can easily get lost in all of the choices.
We’ve taken years of experience setting up, running, and analyzing simulations to build a really cool (excuse my excitement) web interface that handles all of the dirty work, and guides the user through the important choices when running simulations.
The video below is my first demo. In it, I demonstrate how to create a plane wave moving across a sheet of tissue, then create a spiral wave, all from the web interface.
Note: If you’d like to view the high-definition version, I suggest you either click through to YouTube or expand the video to full-screen mode.
The post about it on the company blog is here, with contact info and all of that.