Dafne (Deep Anatomical Federated Network) is a collaborative platform to annotate MRI images and train machine learning models
The Latin American Hub for Bioimaging Through Open Hardware (LIBRE_hub) is a training network for open source bioimaging hardware in Latin America with the goal to empower regional researchers through practical workshops, seminars, networking, and online resources adapted to local needs and re-published…
HOPE (Hackers On Planet Earth) a conference for the hacker community, open-source community, HAM Radio community, and everything in between is happening on July 22-24 (list of speakers here) at New York City . Doug Brantner, an MRI research engineer working on sensors, electronics, software, and simulations…
UKAT is a vendor agnostic framework for the analysis of quantitative renal MRI data.
Home About News Projects Wiki Search Software Simulations ROAST: Realistic vOlumetric-Approach-based Simulator for Transcranial electric stimulation Halbach MRI DesignerVirtual MRI Scanner Application A fully-automated, easy-to-use toolbox for simulating and optimizing transcranial electrical stimulation Contributors Yu (Andy) Huang1 Maximilian Nentwich2 Takfarinas Medani3 Dalton Bermudez4 June Kang5 Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Estimated cost Free Progress Stable release v3.0 GPL-3.0 [...]
Home About News Projects Wiki Search Software Halbach MRI Designer MRI distortion phantomROAST: Realistic vOlumetric-Approach-based Simulator for Transcranial electric stimulation Application Create a Halbach MRI Magnet from parametric definitions Contributors Benjamin Menküc1, Lukas Winter2, Thomas O'Reilly3 Contact email@example.com Estimated cost Free Progress Stable release v0.2 Resources https://github.com/menkueclab/HalbachMRIDesigner This tool can create an OpenSCAD geometry of [...]
Home About News Projects Wiki Search Software Simulations CoSimPy – A Python EM/Circuit Cosimulation Library MRI Compatible Wireless SensorsMRI distortion phantom Application CoSimPy is a Python library designed to offer an interface between multi-port full-wave electromagnetic simulations and external circuitry analyses. Contributors Umberto Zanovello1, Lukas Winter2, Luca Zilberti1, Frank Seifert2, Oriano Bottauscio1, Bernd Ittermann2 Contact firstname.lastname@example.org [...]
Home About News Projects Wiki Search Software Image processing/visualization AFNI (Analysis of Functional NeuroImages) ThinWire – MRI Gradient Coil DesignHalbach array magnet for in vivo imaging Application Software for Analysis and Visualization of Functional Magnetic Resonance Neuroimages Contributors Robert Cox¹ Contact email@example.com Estimated cost Free Progress Software: released Resources https://afni.nimh.nih.gov/ AFNI (Analysis of Functional NeuroImages) is [...]
MATLAB tool to design simple geometry gradient coils
A low‐cost multi‐channel software‐defined radio‐based NMR spectrometer and ultra‐affordable digital pulse programmer
Vespa allows users to design RF pulses, create spectral simulations and perform spectral data processing and analysis.
OpenVnmrJ is the Open Source variant of the highly successful VnmrJ 4.2 acquisition and processing software
Home About News Projects Wiki Search Other hardware (non-MR) Software HealthyPi 3D SlicerOpenVnmrJ – Open Source variant of VnmrJ 4.2 Application An open-source, multi-parameter, full fledged human body vital sign monitoring HAT for Raspberry Pi as well as standalone use. Contributors Ashwin Whitchurch¹ Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Estimated cost Total price: 250$ Progress Hardware: released Software: released [...]
The Anser project provides an open-source implementation for electromagnetic tracking (EMT) with particular application to image-guided interventions. This work provides implementation schematics for an EMT system which relies on low-cost acquisition and demodulation techniques using both National…
An MR-Compatible force sensor composed of cheap, off-the shelf components.
A repository that contains many Matlab scripts used to design gradient MR coils.
The Michigan Image Reconstruction Toolbox (MIRT) is a collection of open source algorithms for image reconstruction (and related imaging problems) written in Mathwork’s MATLAB language.