Surf Ice is an open-source brain surface renderer

Surf Ice, an open-source software package for visualizing connectome networks, tractography and statistical maps on top of anatomical brain images.

It is built using the Free Pascal programming language  and the Lazarus IDE, and released under the BSD License.

Surf Ice supports

  1. Depth
  2. Azimuth
  3. Elevation
  4. Shader
  5. XRay
  6. Light
  7. Diffuse
  8. Ambient
  9. Specular
  10. Roughness
  11. Colors
  12. Overlays



The project is released under the BSD License.


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