ami - AMI Medical Imaging (AMI) JS ToolKit for THREEJS

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Note: you might need to include babel transforms in you build process. Check-out the lessons to get started quickly.

https://fnndsc.github.io/ami/#viewers_upload
https://github.com/FNNDSC/ami

Dependencies:

dicom-parser : 1.7.3
image-JPEG2000 : OHIF/image-JPEG2000#master
jpeg-lossless-decoder-js : 1.2.3
math-float32-to-binary-string : ^1.0.0
nifti-reader-js : v0.5.3
nrrd-js : ^0.2.1
pako : 1.0.1
three : 0.87.0

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