3D DOCTOR - Electronics And Communications Engineering

About 3D Doctor

3D-DOCTOR Software is used to extract information from image files to create 3D model. It was developed using object-oriented technology and provides efficient tools to process and analyze 3D images, object boundaries, 3D models and other associated data items in an easy-to-use environment. It does 3D image segmentation, 3D surface modeling, rendering, volume rendering, 3D image processing, disconsolation, registration, automatic alignment, measurements, and many other functions.

3D-DOCTOR supports both grayscale and color images stored in DICOM, TIFF, Interfile, GIF, JPEG, PNG, BMP, PGM, RAW or other image file formats. 3D-DOCTOR creates 3D surface models and volume rendering from 2D cross-section images in real time on your PC. Leading hospitals, medical schools and research organizations around the world are currently using 3D-DOCTOR.

Creating 3D Surface Model From Images
The following steps explain the process of creating a 3D surface model from images.

Step 1. Open the 3D image using the File/Open Image command. 

Step 2. Segment the image using one of the segmentation commands to generate boundaries for an object.

Step 3. Edit the boundary lines using the Edit/Boundary Editor, if necessary. Use the File/Boundary/Export Boundary command to save the boundary data to a file.

Measurements Done By 3D DOCTOR

             3D-DOCTOR can make a variety of image measurements, including distance, area, surface area, volume, profile, and image region histogram. 3D-DOCTOR lets you measure angles using the Angle Measurement tool. 3D volumes of  3D surface models can be calculated easily.  When the surface model window is displayed, use the Process/Calculate Volumes command.