Code covered by the BSD License  

Highlights from
OrthoView3D

Be the first to rate this file! 16 Downloads (last 30 days) File Size: 6.01 MB File ID: #35037
image thumbnail

OrthoView3D

by

 

11 Feb 2012 (Updated )

MATLAB GUI for exploring 3D datasets through a sleek and simple interface (sample dataset included)

| Watch this File

File Information
Description

 ORTHOVIEW3D GUI for interactive viewing of 3D Volumes
    ORTHOVIEW3D is used to view orthographic slices of 3D volumes
     
    Type in an expression that generates a 3D array
    then press the Display button
 
    3D expressions such as: rand(50,40,30) or
    the name or a 3D array variable in the workspace
 
    Use the scroll bars to change the number of the slice viewed
 
    Use the transpose, flipud, or fliplr to
    transpose the view, flip it vertically, or horizontally
 
    Change the Pixel Size values to the volume's physical dimensions
    so the aspect ratio is displayed properly
    (note: you can use relative values
    for example use 1,3,2 instead of 0.5,1.5,1.0
    then press "Adjust Pixel Size"
 
    Example:
        load defrise
        orthoview3d
        (Type 'defrise' in the box where 'rand(50,40,30)' appears)
        (Press 'Display')
 
    See also: VIEW3D, slice, montage, isosurface
 
    Jered R Wells
    02/10/2012
    jered [dot] wells [at] gmail [dot] com
 
    Author's Note
    This file was adapted from ORTHOVIEW by Ghassan Hamarneh (see ref).
    It has been accelerated and simplified for viewing larger volumes.
    A simple window/level tool has also been added to supplement the
    viewing of medical images with familiar tools.
 
    Acknowledgement to:
    http://www.mathworks.de/matlabcentral/fileexchange/2256-orthoview
    Ghassan Hamarneh, ghamarneh@yahoo.com

Acknowledgements

Ortho View inspired this file.

Required Products MATLAB
MATLAB release MATLAB 7.7 (R2008b)
Tags for This File   Please login to tag files.
Please login to add a comment or rating.
Updates
13 Feb 2012

Corrected errors in pixel size field

14 Feb 2012

Updated summary

Contact us