[Neuroimaging] Open Source MRI Hardware?

Athanasios Anastasiou athanastasiou at gmail.com
Sat Sep 24 10:50:35 EDT 2016

Hello John and all

I have not come across this before and it really sounds like a good idea.

You would still have to buy key hardware though and at the moment it
doesn't sound cheaper than something like Terranova

I can't find the price now but I recall something between £5k and £7k when
I was looking up its specs a few years ago.

For practical imaging of body parts, I think the cost of the hardware would
start accumulating quickly.

All the best

On 24 Sep 2016 3:10 p.m., "John Pellman" <pellman.john at gmail.com> wrote:

> Out of curiosity, has anyone else come across the following website before?
> http://www.opensourceimaging.org/
> I think it would be really neat to see more affordable MRI machines hit
> the market to make the field a little bit easier to enter for aspiring
> researchers who wouldn't be able to do neuroimaging otherwise.
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