A Complete MRI Education Solution
The performance required for a complete exploration of Magnetic Resonance methodologies.
Compact & Lightweight
With a weight of only 8.5 kg, ilumr is portable and perfect for use in your classroom and laboratory.
Out of the box setup
No software installation required. Simply connect to ilumr's WiFi network or Ethernet and load the interface in a web browser.
Software - Powerful & Intuitive
An intuitive interface that offers multiple levels of user experience.
Perform 1D, 2D, & 3D MRI experiments and generate high-resolution images in minutes. Gain information on tissue structure with T1 & T2 optimisation and complex Diffusion-weighted & tensor imaging. See our image gallery below for more details.
ilumr comes with a standard 10mm RF probe, shim sample, and a set of 3D printed phantoms for the laboratory courseware.
15mm RF Probe
Image larger samples with the 15mm probe, also includes a shim sample & example phantoms.
Vector Flow imaging kit
Perform 4D flow imaging experiments with the ilumr flow kit which comes with a range of phantoms.
Halbach Array, 14 MHz field strength
PID with 0.001 °C resolution
Temperature operating range
18 °C to 24 °C
1 H 50% Linewidth
10mm sample volume < 70 Hz
150mT/m (X,Y, & Z)
First & second order (Z2, X2Y2, XY, ZX, & ZY)
Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9
Digital Recieve Processor
FPGA, 32-bit quadrature output
Dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n up to 100Mbps
IEEE 802.3 10/100/1000 Mbps
Python - see our technical page for more information
DC, 24V 120W
250 x 250 x 315 mm
2 inputs, 5 outputs, 3.3V logic level
Specifications & Resources
MRI is a powerful tool for non-invasive medical diagnosis and other applications where non-destructive imaging is needed, however worldwide access to MRI systems is extremely limited.
ilumr is engineered to remove the roadblock to learning by giving future practitioners and technologists a hands-on experience on a cost-effective and portable imaging system.
Students will benefit from interactive learning as they deconstruct the complexities of MRI technology, from the basics of image acquisition, contrast methods, and artifacts to pulse sequence development.