I'm using RadiAnt to view and convert DICOM slices of a violin.
The quality of the images is very good, also from the exported image (clipboard to photoshop). Also, the program runs very stable and smooth.
Regarding the scan of the violin, I have a problem: during the CT-scan, the violin was not aligned exactly parallel to all 3 axis (x,y,z). So, now when I make my cross sections with RadiAnt, the cross-sections are not exactly correct.
Is there a way to slightly rotate the reconstruction in all three directions, so I can align the reconstruction to the 3 axis? If RadiAnt cannot do this, can you recommend another freeware program?
|Apr 27, 2013 11:28 AM
Current version of RadiAnt only supports MPR in orthogonal planes, the adjustment of plane is not possible. We plan to implement oblique MPR in the future.
You can use free Osirix (only for Mac), it has oblique MPR.
|Apr 27, 2013 06:14 PM