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2D Raytracing with Cardan.Math library
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Read .Obj File in C# In Just 10 Lines of Code
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Getting Started With Evil DICOM Video
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Eclipse Scripting in Windows Forms
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Pressure Reading Verification for TP Correction When Using Ion Chambers
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Evil DICOM Site Back Up

2D Raytracing with Cardan.Math library

One of the cool things you can do with my math library is some simple 2D ray-tracing. Ray tracing allows you to follow a particle along a line and find all of its interaction points in the form of pixel boundaries.

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Read .Obj File in C# In Just 10 Lines of Code

Sometimes when working with 3D graphics in C# or WPF, it is handy to read in and write out common 3D formats to open in programs like MeshLab, Blender, or one of the Autodesk Suite. With the use of some LINQ and lambdas, I was able to whittle down some code to the bare minimum of reading vertices and faces out of an Wavefront .OBJ file. Read More

Getting Started With Evil DICOM Video

This is an introduction to how to get setup with Evil DICOM in Visual Studio and how to do some basic operations. It is intended for new users of Evil DICOMM and also new programmers interested in processing the medical format.

Eclipse Scripting in Windows Forms

I have posted a video to show how to use ESAPI (Eclipse Scripting API) from within Windows Forms. It is a beginner video if you are just getting started with the framework.

Pressure Reading Verification for TP Correction When Using Ion Chambers

When using open air ion chambers for radiation measurements, it is well known that temperature and pressure correction is needed to account for the varying air content (available for ionization) as compared to calibration conditions. In this post I hope to show you some useful tools on how to check your local barometer for accuracy.

 

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Evil DICOM Site Back Up

I was changing servers last month moving from .NET hosting to wordpress….eesh. Actually I am loving it. I have simplified the getting started documentation. I have been making Evil DICOM stronger and have added some new features that I will blog about in the future. In the meantime, the standard docs are up on the new site. Also, I have moved from the subdomain evildicom.rexcardan.com to rexcardan.com/evildicom. It should forward if you happen to go to the old one, but the new one is the one to be used for the foreseeable future.

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