[Debian-med-packaging] igstk_3.0.0~cvs20081223-2_amd64.changes is NEW
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(new) igstk-doc_3.0.0~cvs20081223-2_all.deb optional doc
Toolkit for image-guided surgery applications - documentation
The Image-Guided Surgery Toolkit (IGstk: pronounced IGStick) is a
high-level component-based framework providing common functionality
for image-guided surgery applications.
This software framework consists of a set of high-level components
integrated with other low-level open source software libraries and
application programming interfaces (API) from hardware vendors.
The cornerstone of IGstk is robustness. IGstk provides the following
Ability to read and display medical images including CT and MRI in
An interface to common tracking hardware (e.g. AURORA from
Northern Digital Inc.). A graphical user interface and visualization
capability including a four-quadrant view (axial, sagittal, coronal,
and 3D) as well as a multi-slice axial view (from 1 by 1 to many by
many such as 10 by 10).
Registration: point based registration and a means for selecting
these points. Robust common internal software services for logging,
exception-handling and problem resolution.
Changes: igstk (3.0.0~cvs20081223-2) unstable; urgency=low
* debian/rules: removed duplicate configuration
* debian/rules: fixed installation of Examples
* debian/control: added new package : igstk-doc
* debian/igstk-doc.doc-base: added
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