3DimViewer

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3DimViewer is a lightweight 3D viewer of medical DICOM data sets that is distributed as open source software. The viewer is multi-platform software written in C++ that runs on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux systems.

Features

  • 3D visualization of medical volumetric images (CT scan or MRI scan).
  • Volume rendering through the use of GPU-based Volume rendering technique called Volume ray casting[1].
  • Multi-planar and orthogonal XY, XZ and YZ views.
  • Adjustable density window.
  • Density and distance measuring.
  • DICOM data sets import.
  • Ability to anonymize DICOM data (i.e. remove sensitive patient data).
  • Tissue segmentation based on thresholding.
  • Surface modeling of any segmented tissue[2].
  • 3D surface rendering.
  • Runs on Windows and Mac OS X.

See also

References

  1. Daniel Weiskopf (2006). GPU-Based Interactive Visualization Techniques. Springer Science & Business Media. p. 21. ISBN 978-3-540-33263-3. 
  2. Lorensen, W. E.; Cline, Harvey E. (1987). "Marching cubes: A high resolution 3d surface construction algorithm". ACM Computer Graphics 21 (4): 163–169. Template:Citation error. 

External links

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