This project has a specific target of providing a low-cost, open source technological kit to allow scientists, academics, hackers, makers or OSHW fans to hack their way to ultrasound imaging – below 500$ – at home, with no specific equipment required.
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 email@example.com 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 affordable biomedical imaging system that allows to create images based on the electrical properties of tissues.
A 3D Scanner based on structured light and stereo vision.
OpenICE is an initiative to create a community implementation of an Integrated Clinical Environment. The initiative encompasses not only software implementation but also an architecture for a wider clinical ecosystem to enable new avenues of clinical research. OpenICE seeks to integrate an inclusive…
Oscilloscope, Waveform Generator, Spectrum Analyzer, Logic Analyzer and Pattern Generator in one device.
This project proposes a hybrid system based on a single‐element ultrasound transducer and an MR scanner to help boost temporal resolution in real‐time MRI.
Open Spin Microscopy is an open-source platform to build digital Scanning Light Sheet Microscopes (SPIM/DSLM/OPT).
Customizable high-quality syringe pumps
EEZ H24005 is a power supply that provides features of middle and high range commercial devices.
Open-source brain-computer interface (OpenBCI) is an affordable bio-sensing system that can sample electrical activity of human body such as brain (EEG), skeletal muscle (EMG) and heart (ECG) activity.
echOpen: An open source ultrasound probe that can be connected to a smartphone, tablet or PC