Surf Ice

Surf Ice is a tool for surface rendering the cortex with overlays to illustrate tractography, network connections, anatomical atlases and statistical maps. While there are many alternatives, Surf Ice is easy to use and uses advances shaders to generate stunning images. It supports many popular mesh formats [3ds, ac3d, BrainVoyager (srf), ctm, Collada (dae), dfs, dxf, FreeSurfer (Asc, Srf, Curv, gcs, Pial, W), GIfTI (gii), gts, lwo, ms3d, mz3, nv, obj, off, ply, stl, vtk], connectome formats (edge/node) and tractography formats [bfloat, pdb, tck, trk, vtk].
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Specifications

Category:Tractography, Three Dimensional Display, Surface Rendering
License:BSD License
Development Status:5 - Production/Stable/Mature
Domain:CT, MR, PET/SPECT
Intended Audience:End Users
Natural Language:English
Operating System:MacOS, Windows, Linux
Programming Language:Pascal
Supported Data Format:bshort/bfloat, GIfTI, NIfTI-1

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Displaying thresholded connectome results posted by alexandre boutet on Jan 25

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RE: Displaying overlapping statistics posted by Chris Rorden on Dec 5, 2017

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RE: Prob with images corrected for multiple comp posted by Chris Rorden on Dec 5, 2017

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RE: overlay unavoidably overlap with each other  posted by Chris Rorden on Dec 5, 2017

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RE: Merging Surfaces and Projecting Annotations posted by Chris Rorden on Dec 5, 2017

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RE: Displaying Range of DTI Values posted by Chris Rorden on Dec 5, 2017

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Displaying overlapping statistics posted by Josephine Heine on Nov 14, 2017

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Prob with images corrected for multiple comp posted by Jorge Morales on Nov 9, 2017

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overlay unavoidably overlap with each other  posted by Han Zhang on Oct 13, 2017