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VolViewer has appeared in the following:
 
VolViewer has appeared in the following:
  
Front cover: [http://www.amazon.co.uk/Handbook-Plant-Science-Keith-Roberts/dp/0470057238/ref=sr_1_19?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1289321357&sr=1-19 Handbook of Plant Science] | Front cover: [http://www.plantcell.org/content/18/9.toc Plant Cell September 2006] | Royal Microscopical Society: [http://www.rms.org.uk/Resources/Royal%20Microscopical%20Society/infocus/Edgar%20article.pdf  Infocus September 2009] | Bundled with the Bioptonic 3001 scanner: [http://www.bioptonics.com/Home.htm Bioptonics Viewer] | In the Guardian newspaper: [http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/gallery/2007/sep/04/fruitflybrain#/?picture=330675671&index=1 3D Fruit fly] | Showcased in the [http://qt.nokia.com/qt-in-use/ambassadors/project?id=a0F20000006LZ2pEAG Qt Ambassador program]. | Showcased on the [http://www.triffidnurseries.co.uk/special3.php Triffid Nurseries website].
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[http://www.amazon.co.uk/Handbook-Plant-Science-Keith-Roberts/dp/0470057238/ref=sr_1_19?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1289321357&sr=1-19 Front cover: Handbook of Plant Science] | [http://www.plantcell.org/content/18/9.toc Front cover: Plant Cell September 2006] | [http://www.rms.org.uk/Resources/Royal%20Microscopical%20Society/infocus/Edgar%20article.pdf  Royal Microscopical Society: Infocus Magazine] | [http://www.bioptonics.com/Home.htm Bundled with the Bioptonic 3001 scanner: Bioptonics Viewer] | [http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/gallery/2007/sep/04/fruitflybrain#/?picture=330675671&index=1 The Guardian newspaper: 3D Fruit fly] | [http://qt.nokia.com/qt-in-use/ambassadors/project?id=a0F20000006LZ2pEAG Qt Ambassador program]. | [http://www.triffidnurseries.co.uk/special3.php Triffid Nurseries website].
  
 
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* [[Jerome Avondo| Dr Jerome Avondo]]
 
* [[Jerome Avondo| Dr Jerome Avondo]]

Revision as of 14:08, 24 October 2011

Description

The VolViewer main application window.

VolViewer is an open source application for the interactive visualisation and quantification of biological data. The application is written in C++ using OpenGL and Qt.

Features:

  • Real-time volume rendering using an optimized 3D texture slicing algorithm.
  • Interactive transfer functions to independently adjust opacity and luminance for up to three data channels.
  • Real-time per channel thresholding, brightness and contrast operators.
  • On-the-fly gradient computation for local illumination.
  • Iso-surface computation with surface smoothing.
  • Section viewing in any orientation / position.
  • Real-time volume clipping.
  • 3D measurements, filters & segmentation.
  • Key frame interpolation for easy movie creation/export by interpolating transformations, clipping and transfer function states.
  • Stereo rendering using either quad buffer or anaglyph mode.

Requirements: An OpenGL 2.1 / GLSL 1.20 compatible GPU with a recomended 512MB of memory.

User Manual

Quick Guide | Video Tutorials

Image Gallery / Sample Data

VolViewer Figure2.gif VolViewer Figure3.gif VolViewer Figure5.gif VolViewer Figure7.gif
Antirinhium Meristem Arabidopsis Seedling Arabidopsis Leaf (GL2:GUS expression in red) Arabidopsis Leaf (Ath8:::GUS expression in red)
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* all data courtesy of Karen Lee [1]

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Although we try to keep up to date builds these sometimes lag behind the SVN trunk. So if you want the latest version / features, it is best to build the application from the trunk of the SVN. The build system is based on qmake for easy cross platform compilation.

Windows (32bit) Windows (64bit) Linux (64bit) MacOS X (i386/x86_64/10.5+)

OMERO Support

It is possible to build VolViewer with support for the Open Microscopy Environment, please see the guide below:

Source Code

Public SVN: https://cmpdartsvr1.cmp.uea.ac.uk/banghamlabSVN/VolViewer/

Media/Press

VolViewer has appeared in the following:

Front cover: Handbook of Plant Science | Front cover: Plant Cell September 2006 | Royal Microscopical Society: Infocus Magazine | Bundled with the Bioptonic 3001 scanner: Bioptonics Viewer | The Guardian newspaper: 3D Fruit fly | Qt Ambassador program. | Triffid Nurseries website.

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