2014 Summer Project Week:Invariant Feature Extraction Slicer

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Key Investigators

  • Matthew Toews (Harvard Medical School)
  • Nicole Aucoin (Harvard Medical School)
  • Hans Johnson (University of Iowa)
  • William Wells (Harvard Medical School)

Project Description


  • This project will focus on implementing 3D scale-invariant feature extraction and alignment in Slicer.

Approach, Plan

  • Implementations will take the form of Slicer command line modules. We will start with image feature extraction, then matching.
  • Design of a useful interface will be a focus.


  • Two slicer command line modules were developed for scale-invariant feature extraction and matching.
  • Feature extraction module is tested and working, matching will require testing and development.