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X-Ray Reconstruction of Moving Morphology (XROMM) is an x-ray imaging and computational process that produces accurate 3D movies of skeletal movement. See xromm.org for more information. 

* Look Here for Recent Changes to XROMM wiki, MATLAB scripts, and Maya MEL scrips

There are five steps in the marker-based XROMM workflow:

1) Implant radiopaque bone markers

2) Record biplanar x-ray videos of movement
* For Brown Users: Getting trained and certified to use x-ray machines and Operating C-arm x-ray machines during data collection

h3. 3) Analyze x-ray videos to extract XYZ coordinates of radiopaque markers

4) Create 3D polygonal bone surface models
* Creating 3D models from CT scans using Amira software
* Laser Scanning Protocol

h3. 5) Produce XROMM animations in Autodesk Maya

* FluoroCorrect:  A Matlab package for undistorting videofluoroscopy sequences is available on SourceForge Documentation on the usage and development of this software package can be found here:  Video Correction Documentation    Some FluoroCorrect instructions are available.

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