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:: Photosynth ActiveX August 22, 2007

Posted by Minci 先生 in Medical School.
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Note: It’s really hard to think of a title 

I stumbled upon  (StumbleUpon) this wonderful video (Crazyleafdesign.Com) demonstrating the use of Photosynth ActiveX software. It allows images to be magnified without compromising the pixels. Pretty awesome I tell you!

(Credits to : Mayo Foundation)

I have seen this idea being applied in the use of a software called PACS (I think) in our X-Men department. (read: RadiÒlØgy). It’s so cool to be able to see the tiny phalanges on a big big scale. It was first implemented within The Trust since May this year and has proven to be very useful. Everything is computerized and you could play around with the buttons to enhance parts of the images to enable you to see what you want to see.

However, as what one of my very wise X-Men tutors say ( Dr Chiko*);

“In interpreting scans, you cannot see what you don’t know”

Then he pointed to all the books and journals and films in his room. “All of this knowledge must be in your head”

I think his wisdom is applicable to our everyday lives don’t you think?

 

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1. Puteri Nad =( - August 22, 2007

huhu wise dr chiko
lambang takleh menaram kalo tatau masa disoal
i have not seen this photosmith yet sigh~

2. shutterspeaks - August 23, 2007

in x-men department, you are? storm? brzzzz… zzzzzzzzeettt…

3. mixterr - August 23, 2007

sape pregnant tu..??

4. Just A Lady~ - August 24, 2007

X-men.. hahaha~ pretty much for radiology~! hahaha~

5. chot - August 24, 2007

insaf i..hehe

6. Minci - August 24, 2007

Nad,
it’s pretty amazing,you should watch it

shutterspeaks,
ahaha.. takler.. I will be ShadowCat although sgt minat NightCrawler sebenarnya

Mixterr,
mana pregnant?

Kak Syifa,
sgt ogeh.. haha

chot,
knp plak ko tetiba nkn insap? hoho

7. hafiz - August 25, 2007

love the term x-men for radiology🙂

i think i’ve seen PACS on the hospital computer before but never know what it is…must check that later…


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