Documentation/4.3/ElevatorStory

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For the latest Slicer documentation, visit the 4.10 page.

What is it ?

An elevator story is a summary you can provide to someone you
meet in an elevator, traveling a few floors. The same holds for an
e-mail you can present in a few lines (~10).

See http://slicer-devel.65872.n3.nabble.com/Slicer-Elevator-Story-tt4026759.html

Email template

Please cut and paste the following into an e-mail if you think Slicer can solve a user's problem.

3D Slicer is:
* A software platform for the analysis and visualization of medical images and for research in image guided therapy.
* A free, open source software available on multiple operating systems (Windows, MAC, Linux).
* Extensible, with powerful plug-in capabilities for adding algorithms and applications.
  http://www.slicer.org/wiki/Documentation/4.2/Developers

Features include:
* Available for windows, linux and Mac OS X
* Support for many modalities, including, MRI, CT, US, nuclear medicine, and microscopy
* Robust support for DICOM
* Flexible display capabilities with a variety of predefined layouts for slice reformats and 3d views
* Annotations
* Accelerated volume rendering
* Powerful data fusion and registration capabilities
* Automated and interactive segmentation tools
* Surface reconstruction from image data (Marching Cubes, Isosurface modelling)
* Bidirectional interface for devices (OpenIGTLink)
* Plugin architecture for IO formats and algorithms
* Extensible & scriptable development platform (C++/Python)

Please visit http://www.slicer.org/pages/Introduction for a more
complete description

3D Slicer is:

  • A software platform for the analysis and visualization of medical images and for research in image guided therapy.
  • A free, open source software available on multiple operating systems (Windows, MAC, Linux).
  • Extensible, with powerful plug-in capabilities for adding algorithms and applications.

Features include:

  • Available for windows, linux and Mac OS X
  • Support for many modalities, including, MRI, CT, US, nuclear medicine, and microscopy
  • Robust support for DICOM
  • Flexible display capabilities with a variety of predefined layouts for slice reformats and 3d views
  • Annotations
  • Accelerated volume rendering
  • Powerful data fusion and registration capabilities
  • Automated and interactive segmentation tools
  • Surface reconstruction from image data (Marching Cubes, Isosurface modelling)
  • Bidirectional interface for devices (OpenIGTLink)
  • Plugin architecture for IO formats and algorithms
  • Extensible & scriptable development platform (C++/Python)

Please visit http://www.slicer.org/pages/Introduction for a more complete description

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