3D reconstruction, spatial normalization, and quantification of biological (e.g., neuroanatomical) structures from image stacks (histological, confocal, MRI, etc.).
Free-D allows the reconstruction of 3D models from image stacks (segmentation, registration, surface reconstruction, 3D rendering) and their quantitative analysis.
It is designed in the goal of non-linear spatial normalization and averaging of collections of individual 3D models (this module is currently in alpha version only and not included in the distributed version).
Latest version: v1.09 (2013.01.15)
PrerequirementsAvailable under Linux (requires Qt4 or more), Windows, and MacOS X
Ease of UseAnyone can use it
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External web sitehttp://free-d.versailles.inra.fr
PublicationsP Andrey and Y Maurin (2005). Free-D: an integrated environment for three-dimensional reconstruction from serial sections, Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 145, 233-244.
- Jul 08, 2008
- Last Modified:
- Jan 25, 2013