VULTURE prototype, photo courtesy Hans de Visser.
From November 2009 to May 2010, I worked as Industrial Trainee at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), within the Biomedical Imaging Team at The Australian e-Health Research Centre, located at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (Brisbane, Australia). The team I worked with, focus on the Research and Development (R&D) in Surgical Simulation and Planning.
Specifically, I worked on the software architecture and development of VULTURE, an advanced visualisation framework for interactive rendering and landmark identification in volumetric medical images (DICOM Computed Tomography scans). It is based on CSIRO's MILX ™ Sim software framework and is written in C++ with OpenGL.
© 2013 William A. Romero R.