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Revision as of 23:04, 19 September 2014

Home < Documentation < Nightly < Modules < LandmarkRegistration

For the stable Slicer documentation, visit the 4.10 page.

Introduction and Acknowledgements

Information on NA-MIC can be obtained from the NA-MIC website.
Author: Steve Pieper, Isomics, Inc.
Contact: Steve Pieper, <email>pieper@isomics.com</email>

Isomics, Inc.  
NA-MIC  
NAC  

Module Description

Interactive registration and visualization.

LandmarkRegistration Module

Use Cases

Examples:

  • Use Case 1: Interactively align two volumes
  • Use Case 2: Align volumes as pre-processing step for automated registration
  • Use Case 3: Visually review results of automated registration

Tutorials

Panels and their use

Similar Modules

Transforms

References

N/A

Information for Developers

This module is written in python. There is a pluggable API for defining new interactive registrations. Implement a subclass of a RegistrationPlugin in python. It can call C++ routines either wrapped in VTK, through SimpleITK, or by calling a CLI.