X-ray images for X-ray testing and Computer Vision
As a service to the X-ray testing and Computer Vision communities, we collected more than 19.400 X-ray images for the development, testing and evaluation of image analysis and computer vision algorithms. The images are organized in this public database called GDXray: The GRIMA X-ray database (GRIMA is the name of our Machine Intelligence Group at the Department of Computer Science of the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile). The X-ray images included in GDXray can be used free of charge, for research and educational purposes only. Redistribution and commercial use is prohibited. Any researcher reporting results which use this database should acknowledge the GDXray database by citing:
Mery, D.; Riffo, V.; Zscherpel, U.; Mondragón, G.; Lillo, I.; Zuccar, I.; Lobel, H.; Carrasco, M. (2015): GDXray: The database of X-ray images for nondestructive testing. Journal of Nondestructive Evaluation, 34.4:1-12. [ PDF ]
There are some series with annotations. There are three kind of annotations: a) horizontal rectangles, b) oriented rectangles, and c) binary images, as follows.
See details in readme.txt file of each series.
Examples of annotations:
There is a series of a checkerboard in order to calibrate a computer vision system (S0001):
In order to model the non-linear distortion of an image intensifier, series S0002 can be used.
In addition, in series B0044 there are 178 X-ray images that are full calibrated. The bag was rotated around its vertical axis in 2 degrees, and for each image there is a calibration 3x4 projection matrix. The projection matrices are stored in a MAT file called Pmatrices.mat.