Image Surfer


ImageSurfer is a biological visualization tool designed to explore correspondences between 3D images from multiple channels. Beside providing standard volume-rendering techniques (maximum intensity projection, direct volume rendering, and isosurface rendering), ImageSufer facilitates analysis of relationships between multi-channel confocal images. It provides a general 3D surface view, accessed from the entry point displaying correspondence between two channels; to analyze data in more detail, it can also display height fields using a 2D slice extractor and compute graphs along a user defined curve. Each of these views reduce the complexity of the data sets by extracting a restricted subset of data: finding a region of interest in 3D; getting a sense of relative intensity in 2D, and getting exact values from voxels in 1D.

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