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NousNav: Low-cost neuronavigation system
- Étienne Léger (BWH)
- Alexandra Golby (BWH)
- Sam Horvath (Kitware)
- Sarah Frisken (BWH)
- David Allemang (Kitware)
- Tina Kapur (BWH)
- Steve Pieper (Isomics)
- Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin (Kitware)
- Sonia Pujol (BWH)
- Kelly Wang (MIT)
The NousNav project is an initiative led by Dr Alex Golby to develop a low-cost neuronavigation system designed for use in low- and middle-income countries. We are developing a 3D Slicer based application focused on supporting segmentation, registration and navigation tasks.
The project will also include the development of open source hardware designs for these applications.
- Discuss next steps and current progress
- Explore ideas to improve surface registration
- Explore ideas for skin segmentation
Approach and Plan
- Discuss specific requirements
- Test new methods
- Fix existing bugs
Progress and Next Steps
- Added tracing registration to the workflow (see picture below)
- See other related projects for other updates on tracking, segmentation, etc.