Aivia gives you powerful tools to visualize images in 2D, 3D, VR, and time lapse. One of the most essential is adjusting the brightness and contrast of your data set. On the right hand side of the UI, Aivia displays all the channels, objects, and masks in their own panels. Each entry has an eye icon to toggle the visibility of that object and a Look-Up-Table gradient bar with two sliders. The color of the gradient bar corresponds to the artificial coloring of the object or channel as applied by Aivia. The sliders allow the user to control the brightness and contrast levels of the image. By default the sliders are set at the far left and far right sides of the gradient bar. Additionally, each entry has an arrow icon next to the visibility toggle (eye). Selecting this icon will open a histogram that corresponds to the levels in the gradient slider as well as a minimum and maximum value input corresponding to the current location of the sliders. Using the histogram and the value inputs can result in very precise and repeatable adjustments to the image visualization.