Surface Reconstruction From Contour Data
This webpage is currently under
construction and will see major improvements in May.
I wrote this software for a college research project for 3-D modeling,
translation, and deformation of the human prostate for cancer research. My
hopes are that this tool with some further developement will become useful
for not only oncologists, but for other areas of medical study and cancer
This program written in C/C++ will construct a triangluated surface from a
set a 3d contour points using the OpenGL API, GLUT, and GLUI libraries. It
will also perform Euclidean transformations and rotations and deformation
modeling based on marker movements. It should be very useful for those in
the medical and academic community as a tool to visualize anatomy via MRI/CT
data. The sample files included in the first beta release will contain
contour data from a human prostate gland.
The first alpha-release of srfcd should be on the downloads page by the end
of the second week in April. This functional version will include a sample
text file with contour points from a human prostate. At this time, CVS will
be updated to also include this code and encourage community involvement.
Please contact me if your interested in CVS write access.
The current TODO list includes gargabe collection, code streamlining,
improved deformation modeling, file handling and improved user interface.
If you are interested in contributing to this code-base please send an email
to firstname.lastname@example.org with
title "developers wanted". Please state what areas you would be willing to