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.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

aidScans 4.2

First public version of the application. The program takes set of object slices provided by a scanner. The software is used for medical imaging purposes, especially for brain tumors (obtained from MRI and CT scanners) volume calculations. The program is useable for breast, chest, liver and another organs tumor calculations as well as in different areas like geology. This is possible because the application supports open input/output formats interfaces which allow easy and fast integration with custom file formats and data exchange with existing applications.
Key features of the program are: multi-image working area, which allows you manipulation and editing of similar slices; window/center correction also known as brightness/contrast; manual selection tool; auto-selection tool for solid sub-parts with similar density: some types of tumors, hollow spaces, organs etc.; border tool for manual separation of different sub-parts but with similar density; volume and area estimation dialog.
There are some features that are still in development or under testing and ones not included to current release:
  • 3D-view was disabled;
  • DICOM and Analyze data formats are not supported;
  • saving of the current model is not supported;
  • tumor data sample was not included to installation.
Input/output data formats. DICOM and Analyze data formats are already in development. However, if you need another format support or would like to work with DICOM or Analyze file formats you should send an e-mail so that author would be able to arrange development priorities properly. Developers are able to add their own input file formats implementing AnyIntelliIO interfaces (AnyIntelliIO.dll) themselves. Integration details would be published on site soon, but feel free contacting the author.
You can download this version here.

Sunday, July 12, 2009



 Cells search and calculation

This application searches cells of an image and calculates their count. Each cell is marked by color. This demo application "thinks" that cell is isolated (by border of any color) continuous white sub-area of an image.
Initial image with not marked cells
The image contains 342 cells, but application does not know that.

Result of search: 342 cells were found
The same image, but all cells were marked. Result is displayed in left-bottom corner.
You can get in touch with author for further questions - click here.