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mviceconti63
03-02-2004, 02:22 AM
Sorry for cross-posting

Today the Multimod Consortium released the second public release of
the Multimod Data Manager.
http://www.tecno.ior.it/multimod/DataManager/dm_home.html

This program, currently in the alpha testing phase, is aimed to:
- import the disparate data used in bioengineering modelling, i.e. 3D
surfaces, motion data, digital diagnostic images, finite element
models

- fuse these data into a consistent representation of the study
target by registration and synchronisation operations

- visualise these data with disparate views integrated to form a
consistent examination of the study target, using a visualisation
paradigm called multimodal display

- modify the various data in order to simulate surgical, clinical, or
simply investigative modifications by mean of wide list of available
operations

The program is currently undocumented, incomplete and buggy.
However, it already provides an unparalleled environment to combine
and to visualise biomechanics data.

The program is distributed as a freeware for no-profit use. If you
are interested in the developments of the Data Manager we suggest you
subscribe to the BEL Community, within which the Data Manager user
community is being established.

Regards

Marco Viceconti
on behalf of the Multimod Consortium
http://www.tecno.ior.it/multimod/

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Istituti Ortopedici Rizzoli fax. 39-051-6366863
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