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OsiriX Advanced Open-Source PACS Workstation DICOM Viewer

OsiriX Advanced Open-Source PACS Workstation DICOM Viewer
arrow OsiriX Medical Imaging Software

DICOM Viewer for MacOS X, Apple Computers - Macintosh Family

OsiriX is an open source program written by Antoine Rosset, M.D., which turns an Apple Macintosh into a DICOM PACS workstation for medical imaging and image processing.

OsiriX is distributed under the GNU General Public License and its source code is available to anyone.

arrow DCMTK is a collection of libraries and applications implementing large parts the DICOM standard. It includes software for examining, constructing and converting DICOM image files, handling offline media, sending and receiving images over a network connection, as well as demonstrative image storage and worklist servers. DCMTK is is written in a mixture of ANSI C and C++. It comes in complete source code and is made available as "open source" software. 
DICOMscope - DICOM Toolkit

DICOMscope - DICOM Toolkit
arrow DICOMscope is a free DICOM viewer which can display uncompressed, monochrome DICOM images from all modalities and which supports monitor calibration according to DICOM part 14 as well as presentation states. DICOMscope offers a print client (DICOM Basic Grayscale Print Management) which also implements the optional Presentation LUT SOP Class. 
DCMPRINT - Print Management

DCMPRINT - Print Management
arrow The DICOM Print Management Toolkit DCMPRINT consists of three components:
-a C++ class library implementing the DICOM print management communication protocol,
-a print server (Print Management SCP) which creates PostScript code that can be printed on inexpensive PostScript laser printers, and
-a simple print client (Print Management SCU) allowing to load DICOM images and to print them on the print server.
The print server implements the DICOM Print Management Service Class and a couple of optional extensions (Annotation Box, Print Job and Presentation LUT). The "Basic Print Management" services are supported in their monochrome and colour variants.
The print client allows to control all options and features of the print server. The client is a very simple command line application demonstrating the underlying libraries and is not intended as a ready-to-use product.
DCMPRINT is based on the OFFIS DICOM Toolkit
DCMTK and is delivered in full source code. DCMPRINT supports several Unix dialects, e. g. Solaris 2.x and Linux 2.x. The Windows platform (32-bit) is also supported with a few limitations.
The VolPack Volume Rendering Library

The VolPack Volume Rendering Library
arrow VolPack is a portable software library for volume rendering, written by Philippe Lacroute. The library has the following features:
•Renders data sampled on a regular, three-dimensional grid.
•Supports user-specified transfer functions for both opacity and color.
•Provides a shading model with directional light sources, multiple material types with different reflective properties, depth cueing, and shadows.
•Produces color (24 bits/pixel) or grayscale (8 bits/pixel) renderings, with or without an alpha channel.
•Supports arbitrary affine view transformations.
•Supports a flexible data format that allows an arbitrary C structure to be associated with each voxel.
The library is intended for use in C or C++ programs but may be useful with other programming languages. The current implementation does not support perspective projections or clipping planes.

arrow MicroView is an open source, freely distributed 3D volume viewer and includes a number of image analysis tools and plug-ins, available for multi-platform environment (Windows NT, 000, XP, Linux, SGI, Mac OSX - available Q4 2002) 
3D Slicer

3D Slicer
arrow Slicer, or 3D Slicer, is a free, open source software package for visualization and image analysis. 3D Slicer is natively designed to be available on multiple platforms, including Windows, Linux and Mac Os x.

Slicer's capabilities include:

interactive visualization of images,
manual editing,
fusion and co-registering of data,
automatic segmentation,
analysis of diffuse tensor imaging data, and
visualization of tracking information for image-guided procedures.


Design & Implementation by Ömer Cengiz ÇELEBİ 
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