A set of slicer command line modules are now shipped as part of the Gimias tool from UPF in Barcelona!
Northern Digital, makers of tracking systems widely used in image guided therapy, used Slicer and OpenIGTLink in their booth installation at MICCAI2010 in Beijing.
In this screenshot CompareView layout of 3D Slicer is used to facilitate visualization of multiparametric MRI of the prostate
Vervet Probabilistic Atlas constructed using 3D Slicer tools is available for download from NITRC.
A Voronoi diagram used for centerline computation of a vascular tree.
Level-set segmentation was used to segment this right coronary artery.
Rulers and angle widgets are available for measuring distances and angles in the 3D scene
The 4D Image module allows handling a time-series of 3D volume images (4D image), e.g. fMRI, cardiac images, dynamic contrast-enhanced (DCE) images in 3D Slicer.
Screenshot of 4D Analysis Module for lung perfusion data. The module provides functionality to analyze time-intensity curves in specified regions.
Three-dimensional appearance of the lip muscles with three-dimensional isotropic MRI: An in vivo study. R. Olszewski, Y. Liu, T. Duprez, T.M. Xu, H. Reychler: Int J Comput Assist Radiol Surg. 2009 Jun;4(4):349-52. See here for the pdf
Usability of registration algorithms: A joint effort between NA-MIC and NAC is aimed at making advanced registration technology easier to use through better documentation, a solution library and a slicer based solution service.
A scalar bar is available from the colors module
White matter lesion segmentation is now available as an extension to Slicer
RSS a new interactive segmentation algorithm
With VTK version 5.6 blazing fast new hardware accelerated volume rendering is available in slicer nightly builds (require nVidia drivers, available on Windows and Linux only). This renderer will be available in Slicer 3.6.
FastMarching segmentation module in Slicer 3.6: Segmentation of a meningioma
Result from the ARCTIC module in Slicer 3.6: cortical thickness map from pediatric MRI
SynchroGrab4D reconstructs 4D (3D+time) ultrasound datasets in real-time, using a tracked 2D transducer. It is particularly useful for intraoperative imaging of moving organs, including the heart and those influenced by respiratory motion, such as the liver.
CropVolume is a new interactive GUI module in Slicer 3.6 that allows to extract and resample an arbitrary parallelepiped shaped region from a larger scalar image volume.
ProstateNav is an interactive GUI module in Slicer 3.6 for MRI guided robot assisted biopsy of the prostate. It supports multiple needle positioning devices: transrectal and transperineal robot and transperineal template.
B-Spline Registration in Slicer 3.6 allows for non-rigid registration between pre-procedure MRI and intra-procedure CT images during CT guided tumor ablation in the liver. It provides increased tumor visualization during the planning, targeting and monitoring phases of the ablation procedure.
Intra-operative navigation of a positron probe can help detect regions of high [18F]-FDG uptake, potentially improving tumor removal at resection borders. The first two image shows a PET/CT scan of the phantom showing where radiation is located, and the third image shows results as indicated by the positron probe.
Frame from a movie showing Qt Command Line Modules. See whole movie on youtube.
Early results of the Qt_in_Slicer3 effort showing new QMRMLWidgets as a plug-in for the QtDesigner application.
Interactive volume rendering of 512x512x1749 CT volume on 64 bit build of slicer for Mac OSX 10.6.
BioImageSuite module being discovered.
BioImageSuite modules in menu.
Autogenerated BioImageSuite module GUI.
Slicer command line module recognized and loaded in BioImageSuite.
Xenios Papademetris enabled the tools in BioImageSuite to work as command line modules in slicer.
See here for download statistics (page might take a while to load). The Piechart demonstrates the download proportions between the different OS.
New Stochastic Tractography tools for analysis of diffusion volumes implemented as Python modules by Julien de Siebenthal.
Four Dimensional Image (Time Series) Analysis Junichi Tokuda has implemented a slicer module for dynamic MR analysis and a general framework for working with time series volume groups.
New skull stripping extension module implemented by Xiaodong Tao.
CompareView for Longitudinal Visualization of MS implemented by Jim Miller and demonstrated using a set of 5 scans of a patient with multiple sclerosis. Data provided by Dominik Meier of the Center for Neurological Imaging
Start frame from time lapse movie showing "Chameleon Tumor" progression. Video courtesy by Ervin Berenyi and Andras Jakab, Department of Medical Laboratory and Diagnostic Imaging, University of Debrecen Medical School and Health Science Center.
Image showing the IA-FEMesh module in Slicer3.
This image shows the display of material properties assigned to a hexahedral mesh. This image was created by Curl Lisle, Nicole Grosland, Kiran Shivanna, Steve Pieper, and Vincent Magnotta
Distance Transform from a label map calculated by Steve Pieper using the NumpyScript module created by Luca Antiga. See Slicer3:Python for more info.
Exploring DTI visualization using the Neurosurgical Tutorial. A virtual probe (fiducial) was positioned in the motor cortex and used as a seed for tractography. The region adjacent to the tumor was used as a seeding area for a separate tractography, which is represented as thin lines with ellipsoid glyphs.
Color Image Reslice Demonstrates the ability to read a sequence of jpg files as a color volume and apply 3D interactive reslice tools. Image data is Visible Human 2 courtesy of the NAC Clinical Computational Anatomy Core
Planning for CT Radiosurgery augmented with diffusion tractography (fibers: internal capsule, corpus callosum and the environment of the tumor, which is a metastatic tumor in the parietal lobe) Image Courtesy of University of Debrecen, Medical School and Health Science Center more information...
Cardiac segmentation and CT Volume Rendering, February 2008
Using data and segmentations from the collaboration with Boston Children's Hospital Pediatric Cardiology.
Partial image update using OpenIGTLink, February 2008
OpenIGTLink allows an external imaging scanner (Ultrasound/CT/MR) to update part of a volume, which has already been loaded on the Slicer. This is helpful if the imaging plane sweeps the subject, and images are transfered to the Slicer on-the-fly.
The First MRML node rendering using CUDA February 2008
Cuda Volume Rendering provides a Volume Rendering Method on the new and advanced NVidia Hardware.
The First Implementation of OpenIGTLink, January 2008
OpenIGTLink protocol provides plug-and-play connectivity to tracking devices, imagers (MR, ultrasound ...) and other medical devices. A real-time image transfer to the Slicer in 10 fps is demonstrated in the screenshot.
Image from Haiying Liu, Patrick Cheng, Noby Hata, Junichi Tokuda, Luis Ibanez, and Steve Pieper, January 2008.
In the NAMIC All Hands Meeting 2008, the bi-directional socket communication has been established between the Tracker Daemon in Slicer 3 and IGSTK server which acquires tracking data from device and sends it to Tracker Daemon. The speed of communication is controlled by Slicer.
Image from Steve Pieper, December 2007
Display of segmented heart data results using volume rendering inside Slicer3. See JHU Computational Anatomy Portal for more information.
Image from Tri Ngo and Steve Pieper, November 2007
Display of Stochastic Tractography results using volume rendering inside Slicer3. See here for more information.
Image from Andy Freudling on October 2007
First results of volume rendering inside Slicer3. See here for more information.
Image from Dirk, Matthew, Jim, and Steve on Monday, August 13, 2007
A new label map smoothing tool has been added to help with our collaboration with Children's Hospital Boston, SCI at University of Utah and Northeastern University. The unfiltered labelmap is shown in blue, and the filtered results are shown in peach.
Image from Brad and Kilian on Wednesday, June, 21, 2007
Example of EMSegmenter in Slicer3
Image from pieper on Friday, June, 9, 2007
Slicer3 Module for Stochastic Tractography from MIT (Ngo, Golland) and BWH (Westin, Kubicki).
Image from wjp on Friday, December 29, 2006 at 3:23PM
Module choose and navigation functionality integrated into the application toolbar to create more space for module GUIs on the side panel. Slice Controller widgets also updated to have more functionality available, a button to link and unlink their control, and an improved visual design.
Image from pieper on Tuesday, August 08, 2006 at 4:26PM
A number of things have come together to allow the new prototype editor module. More ...
Image from pieper on Thursday, July 27, 2006 at 5:21PM
Shows that a single pixel voxel in black is exactly bounded by a unit cube in RAS space. Also the blinking eye buttons for slice visiblility are hooked up and there is now a red-yellow-green color coding for the slice windows (carried over from slicer2).
Image from pieper on Monday, July 03, 2006 at 3:35PM
Test of the new logo widget for adding module-specific watermark logos directly in the 3d view. Uses a vtkLogoWidget from VTK cvs head. Kitware is working on cmake support to notify developers when a VTK cvs update is needed. Once that is done, the logo code will be added to slicer3 svn.
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