Need help on Dicom Image viewer

Hi,

We are developing an application that requires DICOM image viewer on
the server but we can not find a viewer that will work on ROR server.
There are no Gems available. Any help will be apreciated.

Regards

Amit

What is DICOM? i saw someone with this problem and solve it yesterday

DICOM is the image output of an X-ray machine. X ray plates are
things of past. Radiologists all over the world use DICOM images to
read an X-ray. They have special monitor through which they can view
the DICOM image. But the problem is that we cannot find a server
version of DICOM image viewer that works on ROR platform.

A Sarkar wrote:

DICOM is the image output of an X-ray machine. X ray plates are
things of past. Radiologists all over the world use DICOM images to
read an X-ray. They have special monitor through which they can view
the DICOM image. But the problem is that we cannot find a server
version of DICOM image viewer that works on ROR platform.

Why do you think you need a server-side viewer? What have you found so
far, and why do you think they won’t work with Rails?

If you need a special viewer, it’s probably implemented in client-side
Java or JavaScript. Neither of those care in the slightest about Rails;
it’s just a matter of furnishing them with the right image data.

I’m about 90% certain that you’re trying to solve this problem wrong.

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

someone got this converted to jpg and then displayed on a view search
the
mailing list

On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 1:57 PM, Marnen Laibow-Koser

He had a path problem that was actually easy to solve and but he did
convert
the image

""I have created a Rails application based on this tutorial:
http://dicom.rubyforge.org/tutorial1.html

I’m trying to view a DICOM image. I was able to convert .dcm to .jpg.

But, when I try to view the .jpg image I get as shown in the “Snapshot”
file attached within this message.

Where is the problem?

Thanks.
“”"""

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