Kranion® is an open source, interactive transcranial focused ultrasound visualization system designed and produced by the Foundation’s Brain Program Technical Director, John Snell, PhD.
Kranion® can import Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) MR and CT studies and perform several visualization and procedure preplanning functions. GPU support provides interactive performance on supported graphics hardware.
- Geometric modeling and visualization of treatment plan
- Patient selection (Skull density ratio calculation)
- Skull metrics
- Phase aberration estimation
- Transducer efficiency estimatation
- Windows 8, Windows 10, or Linux
- Java 1.8 or later, 64 bit version installed
- Latest NVidia driver installed (version 388.59 or later)
- NVidia GPU with 2 GB or more of dedicated memory, with support for OpenGL 4.5
- Get the latest version of Kranion® >
To inquire about receiving a prebuilt installable version of the software with a tutorial, please email John Snell at .
- Get the Kranion® source code >
Kranion is available under the MIT license.
- Watch the tutorial video >
**Kranion® is intended for research purposes only.