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Medical Imaging Working Group activities

Below is a list of work items that the Group has decided to focus on.

Calibration slide for histopathology
Project coordinator: Craig Revie

  • Develop a calibration system for digital microscopes

DICOM camera raw support and EXIF tags
Project coordinator: David Clunie

  • Extend DICOM to provide support for Camera RAW image format and to include metadata from EXIF tags to provide the data needed to derive the colorimetry of a scene

Medical RGB Color Space - mRGB
Project coordinator: Michael Flynn

  • Define a set of colour spaces and ICC profiles for medical displays using the GSDF as the greyscale

Framework for multispectral imaging
Project coordinator: Masahiro Yamaguchi

  • Define a multispectral imaging framework

Open source reference implementation
Project coordinator: David Clunie

  • Connect the ICC's open source 'Sample ICC' or similar CMM with a suitable open source DICOM viewer to serve as a baseline implementation

Colour support for mobile devices
Project coordinator: Andy Masia

  • Develop guidelines for colour support on mobile devices

Best practice papers for colour in DICOM
Project coordinators: David Clunie Craig Revie

  • Develop guidelines for each imaging modality and where possible a set of tests that can be used to check conformance

Petri plate calibration
Project coordinator: Jeremie Pescatore

  • Develop a proposal for assessing Petri plate readers and display management

Color connectathon
Project coordinator: TBD

  • Extend existing medical imaging connectathons to include colour capability

Wiki for test images
Project coordinator: TBD

  • Define a set of reference images for all modalities, and a wiki to make test images available

Invitation to participate

If you have expertise in one or more of the above areas, and are interested in contributing to the activities of the Working Group, please contact the MIWG Chair.