Join us for a 20 minute webinar highlighting the new features and improvements in the Slicer 4.1 release. We’ll have a brief demo showing the updates since the last release and give a sneak peek into what’s in store for the next release.
Dr. Steve Pieper, founder of Isomics, and Julien Finet, an R&D Engineer at Kitware, will be presenters. Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin, an R&D Engineer at Kitware, Andriy Fedorov, Research Fellow at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Jim Miller, a Researcher at GE Research, and Stephen Aylward, Director of Medical Imaging at Kitware will be in attendance to answer questions during the webinar.
Overview of 3D Slicer:
3D Slicer is a free, open-source software package for image analysis and visualization. It provides a flexible, modular platform for image segmentation and registration, DTI (diffusion tractography) processing, interfacing to external devices for image guidance support, and GPU-enabled volume rendering, among other capabilities. Made up of more than one million lines of code, Slicer is based on the community-driven libraries such as VTK, ITK, Qt, and Python. This massive software development effort has been enabled by the participation of several large scale NIH funded efforts, including the NA-MIC, NAC, BIRN, CIMIT and NCIGT communities.