MicroView is an open source, freely distributed 3D volume viewer. MicroView includes numerous image analysis tools and plug-ins. MicroView can easily be installed on most computers running Windows 98, NT, 2000 or XP.
MicroView is an open source, freely distributed 3D volume viewer. MicroView includes numerous image analysis tools and plug-ins. MicroView can easily be installed on most computers running Windows 98, NT, 2000 or XP. A version for Linux and SGI systems is also available and a version for Mac OS X will soon be released. Main features: Track construction and research - Even while surfing the web! Receive a free bonus item - - Visualization and quantification of both 2-Dimensional and 3-Dimensional image data - Generate, view and save isosurfaces - Multi-platform environment - Opacity based volume rendering - Surface rendering - Multiple-slice viewing, single plane viewing - Arbitrary oblique slicing - Window / level control of display - Multiple file format import and export - Including Dicom, Raw, Analyze, Vtk, HFH, MINC, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PNG and Pixmap format - Reads 8, 16, or 32 bit files - Image Statistics: - Mean - Standard deviation - Quantitative Bone Measurements - Bone Mineral Density (BMD) - Bone Volume Fraction (BVF) - Stereological parameters: - Trabecular number, spacing, thickness - Connectivity by Euler's number - Isotropy - Histogram Plotting - Profile Line Plotting - Line measurement - Measurement data export into formatted text for use with spreadsheets and data analysis software - Fixed and variable slice increment - Volume reorientation / re-alignment - Control of data viewing including: - Zoom - Pan - Rotate - Sub-volume viewing - Registration tools to merge two volumes - On-line documentation - Open source for easy customization using Vtk and existing Vtk applications Just for installing -Receive warnings of incoming attacks