In article <9106142346.AA00689 at wasabi.bio.hawaii.edu> markb at bigtuna.UUCP (Mark Bieda) writes:
>> We have access to confocal images of stomatogastric neurons. Obviously,
>there is a huge amount of data contained in these optical sections. I am
>just beginning to explore the field of digital image processing, although I
>have a decent mathematical background (Fourier analysis, etc.)
>Are there any available (MS-DOS, SUN or Mac ok) that do the planar
>reconstruction (or something close to it)? I have already picked up a few
It looks like what you really want is a volume rendering system,
as far as public domain, you might be interestest in apE. apE is available
for a $75 fee from apE at apE.sogp.osc.edu (I think there is an old SUN
version for free). There is also a variety of NCSA software for X11.
I doubt you'll find anything for DOS machines since volume rendering is
a real memory hog!!!
If you have access to a Silicon Graphics machine you may
want to look into Voxel View or some other renderer.