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3d python imaging tool?

Hey everyone,

Currently my work is progressing smoothly. I have developed algorithms for selecting regions of interests in multiple slides and so forth.

I am currently looking for a 2d--->3d renderer or some kind of package that I can use. Essentially I want to load selections of pixels from different slides and extrapolate them to create a full 3d composite. That composite can then be rotated etc. Does anyone have an idea for a toolkit?

Thanks,
John Perry
Jun 30 '07 #1
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bartonc
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Hey everyone,

Currently my work is progressing smoothly. I have developed algorithms for selecting regions of interests in multiple slides and so forth.

I am currently looking for a 2d--->3d renderer or some kind of package that I can use. Essentially I want to load selections of pixels from different slides and extrapolate them to create a full 3d composite. That composite can then be rotated etc. Does anyone have an idea for a toolkit?

Thanks,
John Perry
Hi John. One of our members has experience with blender. I've heard that it is quite good.

Sorry to not be of more help,
Barton
Jun 30 '07 #2

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