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Advanced Synchronous Luminescence Imaging for Chemical and Medical Diagnostics Advanced Synchronous Luminescence Imaging for Chemical and Medical Diagnostics Disclosure Number 200100986 Technology Summary The subject invention disclosed herein is a method and apparatus which utilizes synchronous luminescence in an imaging mode for chemical and medical di…

Intrinsic features matched across image pairs. Intrinsic Feature-Based Pose Measurement for Medical Imaging Motion Compensation Tomographic imaging of awake, unrestrained animals or humans during a scan can result in blurring and unusable 3D images due to movement by the subject. This invention measures and tracks the motion of an awake subject during a medical imaging scan using only the natural…

New Methods in Motion Tracking to Generate Motion-Corrected Tomographic Images High quality three-dimensional images from conventional MRI, CT, PET, or SPECT scans require that the subject being imaged remain stationary during the scan. Any motion during the scan significantly reduces the quality of the resulting images. Although sedation and physical restraint can be used to impede live subjec…

Enclosure for Small Animals During Awake Animal Imaging Disclosure Number 201202819 Technology Summary The invention provides a low cost method to enclose awake, mobile small animals during a medical scan so that motion measurement can be made. The animal is free to move within the enclosure but can be monitored using external optical devices. No anesthes…

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To improve accuracy in diagnosis of retinal disease, ORNL researchers invented a method for assigning a confidence metric to computer-aided optic disc analysis. The physical condition of the optic disk determines the presence of various ophthalmic pathologies, including glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. Unfortunately, localization of the optic disk and detection of its boundaries on the retinal i…

Optical Beam Profiler Based on Compressive Imaging Disclosure Number 201202825 Technology Summary The Optical Beam Profiler based on Compressive Imaging makes use of compressive imaging methods to measure optical beam profiles. The device can be used as a replacement for traditional beam profiling tools, but has the advantage that its utility extends to d…

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Nationalsecurity-Workflowenvironment ViTAL uses image enhancement and recovery methods such as multi-frame fusion using projection onto convex sets. ViTAL provides an image processing and workflow environment for investigating crime scene video data. National Security A Workflow Environment for Video Forensics Image Enhancement and Recovery Methods for Analyzing Surveillance Imagery Resear…

Biometric Eye Model and Ray Tracing for Improved Iris Recognition Iris recognition has proven to be an accurate and reliable biometric, especially as a means of verifying personal identity. However, iris recognition is limited by the quality of the images presented to the analysis system. Ideal images are typically direct, on- axis frontal views of the iris. Recognition of nonideal images, such a…

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Fisheye Video Imaging for Diagnosis and Monitoring A variety of investigative settings, from medicine to law enforcement, rely on the clarity of wide-angle images in order to make accurate interpretations. At ORNL, researchers developed a computerized video imaging process that maps the coordinates of a moving image to computer-based reference coordinates. This helps to stabilize and align images…

Anatomic and Functional Imaging of Tagged Molecules in Animals Disclosure Number 200201211 Technology Summary Method and apparatus for the in vivo detection of tagged molecules in small animals of the type used in extended laboratory studies. Inventor GLEASON, SHAUN S Engineering Science & Technology Div Licensing Contact CALDWELL, JENNIFER T UT-Bat…

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