In article <01bc7852$3ab93940$910d20cb at default>, pgame at powerup.com.au
>>>> I need a comment from You on image processing software.
>> Anyone of You have strong feelings 'bout some particular package ?
>> I'd be thankful if You'd also give me some hints 'bout market
>>>>>> Thank you,
I tried posting this once before but it never showed up in the newsgroup so
here it goes again.
I'm looking for imaging software the runs on a PC (Win 95) that is capable
of measuring the area of several objects at one time, and then summing up
the areas so that you get a total area in a single row in a data file.
For instance, if I scan 4 tree leaves at once, I want to be able to scan
each leaf, measure the area, and then get a total area.
Any suggestions? I have tried several 'high-powered' software packages that
seem to be incapable of doing this, yet it is a default and simple operation
for an older, dos-based software that we have.
Terry M. Trier
Michigan State University
trier at pilot.msu.edu
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