Computed Tomography Software Helps To Simplify the Complexity of Images   

Computed tomography is an imaging technology by which clear images of the body organs can be produced. Computed tomography software helps to ease the complex algorithms for 3D reconstruction. The industrial CT system takes several 2D digital X-ray images and converts them into a 3D volume made of voxels or volume elements.

The industrial CT systems are capable to take more X-ray projections than ever before from 720 to 3,000. Generally, single images reach 3 to 10 megapixels and have a bit depth usually around 14 to 16 bits. The computed tomography software manipulates massive datasets and creates the multi-billion voxel-sized reconstructions.
The 3D images of various objects can be evaluated qualitatively and quantitatively. The learning involves the preparation of the scanning process and image evaluation. For the image evaluation, a suitable x-ray apparatus and a powerful computer are required. In order to process the data and create the reconstruction, the computed tomography software needs the high-end computer with significant computation capability.

There are some basic requirements for the real-time recording and evaluation of a computed tomogram.

  • It needs a powerful CPU and graphics card
  • Windows XP SP2 or Windows Vista (32 bit or 64 bit)
  • Dual-Core CPU 2 GHz
  • 2 GB RAM
  • DirectX 9 compatible 3D-graphics card with shader model 3 support and 256 MB RAM (Nvidia GeForce 7600 / 8600 or better)
  • Screen resolution 1024x768 (TrueColor)
  • USB 2.0 port For larger computed tomograms help to gain more powerful PC for more information and demo videos

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