[conspire] Wanted: Open Source Ultra Sound Software?

Daniel Gimpelevich daniel at gimpelevich.san-francisco.ca.us
Mon Aug 27 11:32:10 PDT 2007

George Pope <gpope <at> pcmagic.net> writes:

> Still I'm wondering if any of you might know open source programmers who 
> may either have or who could design lower cost ultra sound software to 
> run on a hi end Linux laptop (Ms. Davis thought not) that could do the 
> job done out in the villages? A suitable pediatric probe would of course 
> have to be included - about $1k. National is adverting a Sonosite 11 mm 
> broadband curved array pediatric/pediatric cardiac/neonatal 
> head/vascular that serves the 180, a little more than your average mouse.


> The medical robot
> This material common to Lagadic and Visages teams is composed of six degrees 
> of freedom medical manipulator (made by Sinters, France). A force torque
> sensor is mounted on its end-effector holding an ultrasound probe connected 
> to a SonoSite 180PLUS imaging system. A PC running Linux is used for image
> processing computations and for controlling via a LAN network the low level 
> controller under QNX.

It does not say whether it's open-source, but you could ask them.

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