The ImageJ 3D Viewer plugin (ImageJ_3D_Viewer.jar)
is included with ImageJ in the ImageJ/plugins/3D folder.
To run it, use the Plugins>3D>3D Viewer command.
The latest release of the plugin can be downloaded from the 3D Viewer website.
The 3D Viewer uses Java 3D
to provide hardware-accelerated 3D visualization of image stacks as
volumes, surfaces and orthoslices. It automatically installs
Java 3D if it is missing. There is more information, including a 15 minute video tutorial,
on the 3D Viewer website.
This movie of the File>Open Samples>Fly Brain example stack (in ImageJ 1.42 or later)
was created using the 3D Viewer’s View>Start animation and View>Start animation commands. It was cropped using Image>Crop
and the number of frames was reduced from 71 to 36 using the Slice Remover plugin.
The frame rate was set to 7 FPS using Image>Stacks>Animation Options.
It was then reduced to 256 colors using Image>Type>8-bit and saved as an
animated GIF using File>Save As>Animated GIF.
Author: Wayne Rasband (wsr at nih.gov) Source: Voxel_Counter.java Installation: Download Voxel_Counter.class to the plugins folder and restart ImageJ. Limitations: Requires an 8-bit stack. Description: This
Author: Wayne Rasband (wsr at nih.gov) Date: 2002/01/10 Source: Stack_Inserter.java Installation: This plugin is built into ImageJ 1.43t and later as the Image>Stacks>Tools>Insert command. Description:
Author: Pedro Ramos-Cabrer (ramos at mpin-koeln.mpg.de) Based on Time Stamper by Wayne Rasband (https://rsb.info.nih.gov/ij/plugins/stamper.html) History: 2004/05/13: Initial version Source: Slice_Labeler.java Installation: Copy Slice_Labeler.class to the