2D to 3D images.

talan123

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While trying to come up with some meshes for a project, I came across an extraordinarily powerful software called ImageJ. It's apparently used by nearly every single profession out there. You can recognize some of the filters that Target uses in it's security analysis at work in there.

Here is an attempt to take a image that I was trying to clean up for somebody from 2D to 3D. It was surprisingly accurate using only the shadows and colors for determining depth.




No real purpose but I just thought it was pretty incredible for a free program.
 

buliSBI

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I might have to use that at my work (I am in video forensics) and for my trail maintenance projects.
 
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talan123

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Actually it's not when you think about it.

Who deals the most with images that need to be interpreted? Medical doctors. A good X-Ray can easily surpass 10mp's and they need fast computers and faster software to deal with that much data.
 
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