Medical Imaging Demo Application Starter
Texas Instruments' Medical Imaging Demo Application Starter (MIDAS) illustrates the integration of key medical imaging algorithm modules on Texas Instruments (TI) Multicore DSPs and System-on-Chips.
The latest version in the OCT domain is the 'OCT v1.0' demo illustrates a common signal processing chain used in OCT systems which integrates background subtraction, re-sampling, real-to-complex FFT, magnitude computation and log compression on the C6678.
Source code is available in the 'Files' section on this GForge site. Click here to be directed to the appropriate page or scroll down to the table below for direct links to version-specific release packages.
For a step-by-step guide to build and run the MIDAS source code you obtain from this site, instructions on setting up your development environment and running the demo, and software implementation details, please see our wiki page here and click on the version you plan to use.
COMPARISON BETWEEN ULTRASOUND RELEASES
MIDAS Ultrasound release versions are summarized in the table below:
MIDAS OCT release version is summarized in the table below:
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