The Intraoperative Brain Imaging System (Ibis) is an open source image-guided neurosurgery (IGNS) platform that replicates most of the basic functionality of it commercial counterparts while allowing for rapid development of new techniques. The platform focuses on intraoperative imaging such as tracked ultrasound and improved visualization throught the use of augmented reality.
Ibis was originally developed by Simon Drouin and Anka Kochanowska in the NeuroImaging and Surgical Technologies lab at the Montreal Neurological Institute.
If you use the IBIS platform in your work, please cite the following paper:
Drouin S, Kochanowska A, Kersten-Oertel M, Gerard IJ, Zelmann R, De Nigris D, Bériault S, Arbel T, Sirhan D, Sadikot AF, Hall JA, Sinclair DS, Petrecca K, DelMaestro RF, Collins DL (2016) “IBIS: an OR ready open-source platform for image-guided neurosurgery”. Int J Comput Assist Radiol Surg. doi: 10.1007/s11548-016-1478-0
DISCLAIMER: Ibis Neuronav is a research tool: It is not intended for normal clinical use, and is not FDA nor CE approved.