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3D Volume Visualization

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22 Jun 2012 (Updated )

3D volume viz with interactive slice selection, colored ortho-planes, windowing, colormap selection.

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Description

This tool provides an interactive 3D volume visualization. The function accepts as arguments any 3D matrix (of type double or uint8) and optional colormap, and displays a 2x2 figure of the 3 orthogonal planar views (neurological coordinate system) along with the built-in 'slice' visualization. Further, as you select slices through click and drag or scroll, the 3D view and color-coded orthogonal planes are updated accordingly. You may rotate the 3D view by manually selecting the 'Rotate 3D' figure button, and the 3D perspective (CameraPosition) is maintained as you continue changing slices.

This tool is more sparse than other volume visualizations out there, but it serves its purpose, and may offer an advantage with the added windowing and colormap selection capability.

Acknowledgements

Ortho View inspired this file.

This file inspired 4 D Volume Visualization.

Required Products MATLAB
MATLAB release MATLAB 7.14 (R2012a)
Other requirements Tested in Linux FC14, Matlab R2012a
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Comments and Ratings (4)
22 Aug 2014 Abeera Tariq

Can someone help me that how to use this function if i have MxLxN matrix
where N is number of slices and MxL are 2D image slices.

31 Jul 2014 Richard McCulloch

I used this tool for visualizing a 3D matrix of radiation particles. It worked pretty well. My results were more meaningful using colormap(jet), but that is an easy adjustment. (Just enter 'colormap(jet)' in the command window after opening the gui). Thank you, Joshua!

06 Jul 2013 Joshua Stough

Response to Gustavo: My code doesn't care how you got the image. If it, say 'I', exists in matlab as a 3d array of any class (use size and class functions to determine this), then just try 'vis3d(double(I));' instead of whatever you were doing.

For loading nifti images, exchange #8797 seems popular: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/8797-tools-for-nifti-and-analyze-image

Good luck,
stough

05 Jul 2013 Gustavo

Hi. I have started working with you toolboxes but i can't get any results. I have NIFTI images to work with. How can i adapt them to your toolbox?

Thanks in advance

Updates
23 Apr 2013

-windowing capability
-changing colormap through popupmenu
-fixed slice number and 3d view misrepresentations
-neurological coordinate perspective

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