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3D-Data Representation with ImageJ

Organisation

FHTW Berlin, Internationaler Studiengang Medieninformatik

Workshop Information

Full / Half Time Slot: Full Time Slot (180 min)

Contact / Speaker Name

Prof. Dr. Kai Uwe Barthel

Workshop Title

3D-Data Representation with ImageJ

Abstract

After having developed three plugins (3D Color Inspector, 3D Surface Plot, and Volume Viewer) that use 3D display techniques of image data, the idea came up that these plugins do share a lot of common algorithms that could also be used for other plugins that need a 3D display of image data.

This workshop will consist of two parts. In the first part the usage of the plugins mentioned above will be described in detail. Typical applications and image analysis features will be explained.
In a second part of the workshop it will be explained how these 3D programming techniques can be used by other plugins. At the time of the ImageJ-conference there will be an “easy to use” JAVA framework, which will allow an easy construction of plugins using 3D display techniques. An introduction to 3D-computer graphics will be given and it will be explained how the 3D framework can be used for new plugins.
Participant Requirements
Participants should have a solid knowledge of ImageJ and Java programming techniques.

Biography of Speaker

Born 1962 in Braunschweig, Germany
Lived in Brussels/Belgium from 1975 to 1982
1982 Study of electrical engineering at Technical University of Berlin
1990 Assistant Professor at „Institut für Nachrichtentechnik und Theoretische Elektrotechnik“
Main research fields: audio- and image processing, image compression
1996 Ph. D. in the field of image compression
Postdoc at TU-Berlin „3D-encoding of video sequences“
1997 Head of Research at NTEC Media GmbH in Babelsberg Germany
„Lossless archiving of old movies“
1998 Head of research with LuraTech GmbH in Berlin
Development of hard- and software solutions for image and video processing.
Since 2001 Professor at FHTW Berlin (University of applied sciences)
Main research fields: Media Technology, Image processing, compression, and multimedia applications, Participation in the international standardization process for JPEG2000, Compression of scanned documents Tiff-FX, segmentation techniques.

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