Sunday, August 14, 2011

aidScans 4.7

This version of the program comes with in-slice distance estimation tool and slice areas chart.

The distance estimation tool allows to measure a length between points on a slice: diameter of a tumor, craniometry, distance between eyes, width of a nose etc.

Slice areas chart illustrates how an area of a marked tumor, organ or body changes from a slice to a slice.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

CancerMath.org

Math helps. This project is dedicated for problems handled by math and software which arise while cancer treatment. The journey of math support starts from interpretation and filtering of tomography data, followed by multiple tasks of screening and visualization, distance-area-volume estimation, optimization of parameters for gamma-knives, modeling and prototyping.

Visit cancermath.org for more details.

Monday, January 3, 2011

3D-scanner, homemade

Initial experiment of capturing 3D-object took place. 3D-scanner is made using available components: laser pointer, glass, digital camera and rotating platform (constructed using a plate and couple round DVD-packs.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

aidScans 4.6

2010-03-28 18:21:00
Next changes are coming with this beta release:
  • You are able to import DICOM images and view data elements information.
  • It is possible to animate angiograms now too.
You can download this version here.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

aidScans 4.5

Next changes are coming with this release:
  • You are able to export your reconstructed 3D-model to AutoCAD (Autodesk) DXF-file format, so that further your area specific design and usage becomes possible after vectorization in aidScans. Just go to Images->Save model and switch to "AutoCAD DXF file" item.
Exported and rendered head in AutoCAD 2004Exported head on layout view in AutoCAD 2004
You can download this version here.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

aidScans 4.4

Next changes are coming with this release:
3D-model smoothing
  • 3D-model visualization was enhanced (see image above: 4.3 model reconstruction is left hand, 4.4 one is right hand);
  • optimized visualization (CPU usage decreased): extra calls while visualization were removed;
  • application skips not processed slices (without outlined contour) now and continues execution;
  • you can rotate model pressing on "x", "y" and "z" keys.
You can download this version here.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

aidScans 4.3

Next changes are coming with release:
  • 3D-model view dialog was added;
  • saving of the current model (to native format) is supported;
  • head model was included to setup (head.3d2 file);
  • various performance optimization.
You can download this version here.