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Need guide on compounding 2D images into 3D

northpig87
Beginner
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Hello all,

I've been working with IPP to do image processing (filtering, sobel, canny edge detection, etc) on 2D images of my sample (obtained from an ultrasound machine, in raw binary format). Now I need to move onto compounding these images spatially into a 3D image set. The 2D images are taken across my sample with constant distance between each and parallel to each other.

My question is quite simple: is IPP able to perform such 3D spatial compounding from my 2D images and displaying it?

thank you very much!
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Vladimir_Dudnik
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First of all, IPP is not GUI library, so it can't display anything. IPP is collection of optimized primitives (aka kernels) you may consider as a building blocks of your algorithm.

There are some support for volume image processing in IPP (for example resize, filter or warping) please take a look at ippr.h and IPP manual files.

Regards,
Vladimir
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