The Image Guided Therapy Toolkit is a toolkit being developed at the Brigham and Women's Hospital. The IGT toolkit is a set of open source software tools integrated with supported hardware devices: www.slicer.org 3D Slicer is our main platform for software development and dissemination, and OpenIGTLink is a communication protocol that allows Slicer3 to communicate with imaging devices, trackers and medical robots. We encourage you to download and use the free tools and welcome any comments or feedback.
See the Slicer3 Training page for additional tutorials on Slicer3 capabilities.
|1||Basic Navigation Tutorial
Illustrates Slicer3's tracking capabilities using a tracking simulator in place of an actual tracking device
|1||Neurosurgical Planning in Slicer3
Demonstrate's Slicer3's IGT capabilities by using image registration, model making and DTI to create a preoperative plan for neurosurgery
|1||Prostate Therapy Planning in Slicer3
Demonstrates Slicer3's IGT capabilities by using deformable registration and model making to create a preoperative plan for prostate therapy
|1||Lego IGT and Medical Robotics Tutorial
Provides an overview of all of the main components of IGT and medical robotics, including imaging, pre-operative planning, targetting by tracking, navigation and registration
|Lego Mindstorms NXT robot
Lego Deluxe Brick Box
|2||Advanced Navigation Tutorial with a tracking device
Illustrates Slicer3's tracking capabilities using a tracking device, and provides a more advanced overview of the OpenIGTLink protocol
|Tracking device e.g. NDI Aurora|
If you have any comments or requests, please contact Dr. Nobuhiko Hata (hata at bwh.harvard.edu).
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