3D Slicer 3.6.3

An open source software package for visualization and image analysis
With IRB clinical protocols appropriately created and managed, Slicer has been used in clinical research. In image-guided therapy research, Slicer is frequently used to construct and visualize collections of MRI data that are available pre- and intraoperatively to allow for the acquiring of spatial coordinates for instrument tracking.

In fact, Slicer has already played such a pivotal role in image-guided therapy, it could be thought of as growing up alongside that field. 

Slicer provides a graphical user interface to interact with the data. In addition to manual segmentation and the creation of 3D surface models from conventional MRI images, Slicer has also been used for non-rigid image registration and to incorporate models of the neurovascular bundle using image segmentation in MRI-guided prostate interventions.

Get 3D Slicer and give it a try to see just how useful it can actually be for visualizing MRI imagery and more!

Main features:

  • Improved Interactive Editor
  • New Color Module
  • Improved Volume Rendering
  • EM Segmenter, simple version
  • Fast Marching Segmentation
  • Robust Statistics Segmentation
  • New Registration module
  • New Slices module
  • Fiducial based tractography
  • Improved SceneSnapshot Screen Capture functionality
  • 4D Image Viewer
  • Compare View and Cross Hairs
  • Support for Extension Server for installing plug-ins
  • Improved Dicom Support
  • MRML scenes and all data load from and save into XNAT desktop

last updated on:
September 3rd, 2011, 9:58 GMT
file size:
221 MB
developed by:
The Brigham and Women's Hospital,...
license type:
BSD License 
operating system(s):
Windows All
C: \ Science / CAD


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