OpenWalnut: A New Tool for Multi-modal Visualization of the Human Brain

Authors: 
Eichelbaum, Sebastian
Goldau, Mathias
Philips,Stephan
Reichenbach, André
Schurade, Ralph
Wiebel, Alexander
Year: 
2010
Language: 
English
Abstract in English: 
In the course of the ongoing research into neurological diseases and the function and anatomy of the brain, a large variety of examination techniques has evolved. The different techniques aim at findings for different research questions or different viewpoints of a single task. Considering the different applications, it is evident that, for many research areas, only a combination of mutliple techniques can help answering the posed questions. To name only one example, the combination of dwMRI and fMRI with an anatomical context provided by T1 MRI images is very common. To be able to analyze the data measured by the different techniques, a tool that can efficiently visualize the different modalities simultaneously is needed. The software (called OpenWalnut) we will present in this poster aims at exactly this task. It does not only allow to display the different modalities together, but also provides tools to analyze their interdependence and relations. In the following, we will provide you with an overview of OpenWalnut's features. Its simplicity, making it a useful visualization tool, on the one hand and its powerful and generic framework for computer scientist researchers on the other hand.
Appeared / Erschienen in: 
EG VCBM 2010 Posters
Pubdate / Erscheinungsdatum: 
2010
URL: 
http://www.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/~ebaum/Publications/eichelbaum2010d/
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