1. This webinar tutorial highlights features implemented in Slicer 4.0

    0:44: Introduction
    9:40: User interface
    12:28: Loading data: Add Data, Sample Data, DICOM
    24:05: Visualizing data: Layouts, 3D and 2D Slice views
    32:17: Reformat
    34:09: Lightbox
    35:07: Compare views: crosshair
    36:50: Annotations
    41:10: Volumes module: volume information, presets, window level, threshold
    44:34: Volume Rendering
    48:30: Editor: manual segmentation
    54:44: Models
    56:58: Scene Views
    59:14: Save Data
    1:00:36: Transforms: manual registration, automatic registration
    1:07:26: DWI and fiber tractography
    1:13:18: Change tracker
    1:17:35: Conclusion

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  2. Talk at the Brain Connectivity Workshop 2010 in Berlin

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  3. Der Film zeigt einen Magnetenzephalographen des Max-Planck-Instituts für Hirnforschung, der im Universitätsklinikum Frankfurt steht. Das Gerät misst und lokalisiert die magnetischen Signale des Gehirns. Mit einer besonderen Abschirmkammer ist dies auch in einer innerstädtischen Umgebung möglich. Der Hirnforscher Michael Wibral stellt das Gerät vor und erklärt dessen Funktionsweise. Die MEG und weitere bildgebenden Verfahren liefern wichtige Informationen für die Entwicklung von Brain-Computer-Interfaces. Welche Verfahren das sind und wie diese funktionieren, erklärt Michael Wibral in einem Interview.

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  4. Speaker(s): Erin Bigler, PhD

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  5. This animation shows how the cortex is activated during listening to a piece of Argentinian tango. It is based on functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data, computational musical feature extraction and statistical modeling. The data are from the study published in Alluri V, Toiviainen P, Jääskeläinen IP, Glerean E, Sams M & Brattico E, Large-scale brain networks emerge from dynamic processing of musical timbre, key and rhythm, NeuroImage (2012), doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2011.11.019 (http://sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1053811911013000). The study was conducted at the the University of Jyväskylä, University of Helsinki, and Aalto University. The data and model are the same as in the video The Tango Brain 2 (vimeo.com/peto/tangobrain2). The animation was created with Matlab.

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