The plugin generates a red/green anaglyph or output for the Sharp LL-1513d monitor
based on a single 8-bit image. The second image for stereoscopic viewing is
generated based on the intensity information given by the first image.
Details are presented in R. Reimer et al. in Microsc Microanal 13(Suppl 2), 2007
“An ImageJ Plugin for Stereoscopic Visualization of Three Dimensional Structures
on Images Obtained by Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy ESEM”.
The plugin can be used mainly for two purposes: In cases where depth information
is encoded in the image intensity a 3d image close to the real situation can be
generated (e.g. some BSE ESEM images). In cases where this assumption hol
not true, the plugin can still be useful by separating image details in the third
dimension analogue to the usage of false colour images and thereby supports
the analysis of e.g. complex TEM images.
Author: Anthony Padua (email@example.com) Duke University Medical Center, Department of Radiology History: 2003/04/21: First version 2003/05/12: Can be called from macros Source: Query_Dicom_Header.java Installation: Download
Author: Ronald Petie (Ronald.Petie at wur.nl) History: 2005/06/03: First version Source: Two_Shot_Anaglyph.java Installation: Download Two_Shot_Anaglyph.class to the plugins folder and restart ImageJ. Description: This plugin
Author: Wayne Rasband (firstname.lastname@example.org) History: 2002/03/07: First version 2002/03/20: Creates 8-bit indexed color image Source: Thumbnail_Maker.java Installation: Copy Thumbnail_Maker.class to the plugins folder and restart