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Name
JIV (Java Image Viewer)
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A 3D Image Data Visualization and Comparison Tool
Description
JIV is a Java software for visualization and side-by-side comparison of multiple 3D image datasets. While it was originally designed for remote data access (through the WWW), it can be used as a traditional (local) application as well.
Features:
  • highly portable and platform-independent: it can be run with a common Web browser.
  • can cope with slow network links (for remote access)
  • uses a simple and platform-independent 3D image data format, and accepts arbitrary volume samplings.
  • displays gray-level (intensity) image data with a user-controlled color-mapping; also provides merged (blended) views of pairs of images.
  • an efficient mouse-based user input scheme provides fast roaming through the volume, and continuously adjustable zoom and pan.
NIfTI-1 support
Creator
Chris Cocosco (crisco@bic.mni.mcgill.ca)
Contact
Chris Cocosco (crisco+jiv@bic.mni.mcgill.ca)
WWW
www.bic.mni.mcgill.ca/users/crisco/jiv/
Availability
now, at no cost
How to get
www download from http://www.bic.mni.mcgill.ca/users/crisco/jiv/
Current version
2.3
Current version release date
07-july-2002
Open source
Yes
License
GNU General Public License (GPL)
Available free of charge
Yes
Requirements
A Java 1.1 (including AWT) run-time environment. For more info, please see http://www.bic.mni.mcgill.ca/users/crisco/jiv/prod/doc/compatibility.html
Technical publications
  • Chris A. Cocosco and Alan C. Evans, "Java Internet Viewer: A WWW Tool for Remote 3D Medical Image Data Visualization and Comparison",
    Fourth International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention (MICCAI 2001), Utrecht, The Netherlands, 14-17 October 2001
Applications publications
Other information
Any bug reports, suggestions, improvements, or extensions are very welcome.
Keywords
atlas, registration, visualization, volume
Platforms
any platform that with a Java-1.1 (with AWT) run-t, HPUX, IRIX, Linux, MacOS, SunOS, UNIX, Windows
IATR listing last updated
19 Mar 2003