With a research and development phase lasting roughly a year, the goal of this project was to build software that could synchronize two or more DICOM image clients over a low bandwidth network enabling remote collaboration.
The user experience goal was to provide a Google Docs like experience to health professionals using the platform.
The synchronization platform was built to work with the open source Java based image processing tool ImageJ.
The work was published in The 15th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering, (4th to 7th December 2013, Singapore) and the paper can be accessed here, via Springer.
A detailed description of this project can be found on my Work page.