i2k Align 1.3.8
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I2k Align 1.3.8 based on DualAlign's i2align image registration and recognition algorithm is a professional and effective software package in the world built for registering and aligning two-dimensional images and for constructing multi-image montages.
Using the same core i2alignalgorithm, i2k Align can register images from many different modalities, including photographic and thermal, near and far infrared, fundus imagery, angiography, and a variety of medical image modalities. Faster and smarter than the Dual-Bootstrap (GDB-ICP) algorithm team developed while at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, i2align can register almost any set of 2d images, finding the common structures in the images and ignoring the differences. If you can see common structures, i2align will find them and register the images.
- A simple-to-use UI allows users to run the software, align and montage images, and preview the results. For many users, particularly those who want to just "see" the aligned and montaged images, this will be enough. Checking an image montage is one clear example, but anyone who wants to combine modalities or observe a stabilized time series of images will find the "preview" capabilities quite powerful.
- A command-line executable allows users more control over the software and provides the ability to align or montage multiple image sets at once. Use of the executable is explained in detail in getting_started.pdf.
- A library and header file are provided, with a C-level interface, for users who would like to incorporate i2k Align into their own applications. The location of the header files and library for both Windows and Macs is explained in getting_started.pdf.
- In addition to the image output from i2k Align, users can output the transformation functions that map the images on top of each other and output the inter-image correspondences that i2align uses to drive the registration process. This output may be obtained through the UI, through the command-line executable and through options set in the library function calls. The transformations and the output correspondenses are explained in xforms-and-matches.pdf.
- Windows XP or Vista
- Intel Pentium 4 and up
- Minimum 512MB of RAM
- 1GB of disk space for Pro
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