3D-Doctor v4.0.20100325 | 9.6 MB
3D-DOCTOR is an advanced 3D modeling, image processing, and measurement software for MRI, CT, PET, microscopy, scientific, and industrial 3D imaging applications.
3D-DOCTOR supports both grayscale and color images stored in DICOM, TIFF, Interfile, GIF, JPEG, PNG, BMP, PGM, RAW or other image file formats. 3D-DOCTOR creates 3D surface models and volume rendering from 2D cross-section images in real time on your PC.You can export the surface models to STL (ASCII and Binary), DXF, IGES, 3DS, OBJ, VRML, PLY, XYZ and other formats for surgical planning, simulation, quantitative analysis and rapid prototyping applications.
You can calculate 3D volume and make other 3D measurements for quantitative analysis. 3D-DOCTOR's vector-based tools support easy image data handling, measurement, and analysis. 3D CT/MRI images can be re-sliced easily along an arbitrary axis. Multi-modality images can be registered to create image fusions. Misaligned slices can be automatically or semi-automatically aligned using 3D-DOCTOR's image alignment functions. The 3DBasic scripting tool makes it easy to create Basic-like sophisticated 3D imaging programs.
3D-DOCTOR is approved by FDA (US Food and Drug Administration) for medical imaging and 3D visualization applications. It has been named the Top 3D Imaging Software by Scientific Computing & Instrumentation Magazine in the Year 2002 and Year 2000 Annual Technology Leaders Issue.
3D-DOCTOR is currently being used by many organizations around the world, including MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Brigham Women Hospital (Harvard Medical School), Stanford Univ. Medical Center, Johns Hopkins Univ., SUNY Buffalo Imaging Center, Carnegie Mellon Univ., The Univ. of Michigan, Oakland Univ., Univ. of Saskatchewan (Canada), US Navy, US Army, Volkswagen AG (Germany), Univ. of Pittsburgh, ABB Combustion Eng. Sys., Alberta Research Council (Alberta, Canada), The Research Institute of Molecular Pathology of Austria, Phase 3 Imaging Systems, Monash Univ. (Australia), Staten Island Univ. Hospital, American Science & Engineering, MicroVision (France), Eberhard-Karls-Universitat Tuebingen (Germany), Minus 9 Technology (Canada), Kanazawa Institute of Technology (Japan), Univ. of Zilina (Slovakia), Kyung Hee University (South Korea), Univ. Di Catania (Italy), Univ. of Virginia, Univ. of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Max-Planck-Institut (Germany) , Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Univ. of Minnesota, Trial Practice, National Hospital of Norway, City Univ. of Hong Kong and many others.