Medical Image Viewer
Includes DICOM anonymizer. Can open DICOM/ACR/NEMA/PAPYRUS, Analyze, Nifti, and Raster images (jpg, tiff, gif, etc)
    System Requirements


Major Features
  • Viewer for medical images
    • Zooming, rotating, flipping
    • DICOM orientation display
    • Color-mapping with color map editor and built in color maps
  • Loading and viewing of multiple medical image formats
    • Loading and display of 2D, 3D, and 4D files
  • Volume visualization
    • Rendering using 3D textures and slicing planes
    • Rendering using ray casting
    • Trackball like rotation
  • Orthogonal viewing
    • Timecourse viewer for 4D data
  • DICOM Anonymizer
  • Image conversion
    • 2D DICOM to 2D raster (jpeg,png,bmp)
    • 3D DICOM mosaic to 3D Analyze/Nifti
    • 3D DICOM mosaic to 4D Analyze/Nifti
    • 3D Analyze/Nifti to 4D Analyze/Nifti
  • Colormapping and colormap editor, with alpha values

File Format Support
  • Readable formats
    • Dicom v3
      • Multi-frame, single file images
      • JPEG2000, JPEGLossless
      • 3D and 4D
    • ACR/NEMA
    • Papyrus
    • Analyze 7.5 (SPM format) 3D and 4D
    • Nifti1 (.nii|.img|.hdr) 3D and 4D
    • JPEG - Joint photographic experts group
    • GIF - graphics interchange format
    • TIFF - tagged image file format
    • PNG - portable network graphic
    • BMP - bitmap
    • PNM - portable any map
    • PCX - 'Pacific Exchange' format
    • XPM - X pixmap
  • Writable formats
    • JPEG, Bitmap, PNG
    • Analyze 7.5 3D and 4D
    • Nifti1 3D and 4D

The following datatypes (counterpart C++ datatype name) can be loaded...
  • signed/unsigned 8-bit integer (char)
  • signed/unsigned 16-bit integer (short int)
  • signed/unsigned 32-bit integer (int)
  • signed/unsigned 64-bit integer (long int)
  • 32-bit floating point (float)
  • 64-bit floating point (double)
  • 128-bit floating point (long double)
  • complex 32-bit floating point (2x float)
  • complex 64-bit floating point (2x double)
  • complex 128-bit floating point (2x long double)
  • RGB (unsigned char)

... only the following datatypes can be displayed and converted:
  • signed/unsigned 8-bit integer
  • signed/unsigned 16-bit integer
  • signed/unsigned 32-bit integer
  • 32-bit floating point
  • RGB

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