Features, ImageLab
Sophisticated User Interface
Every object - single or stack - is represented by its own window.
This window offers a multitude of ways present the object. Change histogram on the fly. View the whole stack at once or play the stack members, one at a time.

Unveil an image hidden secrets


Use scripting to automate tasks
Every operation of ImageLab can be scripted in several scripting languages. Scripts can be constructed automatically from the object's history file.
Group images in stacks to apply operations to many images at once
Several objects can be organized into one stack object.
Advanced Mosaics
Mosaic builder with snap-in functionality and automatic intensity adjustment.

Realign misaligned image stacks with automatic alignment
Use automatic alignment to correct misalignment of image stacks taken through stereo microscopes.

Browse thru volume stacks
Examine a volume stacks fast in x, y and z direction simultaneously with the Slice Viewer.

Easy and fast 3D Visualization
Use the Volume Viewer or intensity plot to present 3D stacks.

 Noise Removal
Remove noise using a wizard.

Apply advanced deconvolution algorithms to restore images
ImageLab offers very fast implementations of the Richardson-Lucy and Maximum Entropy deconvolution algorithms.

ImageLab offers several morphological operations.
 Use Adaptive Histogram Equalization for optimum contrast enhancement
ImageLab offers advanced adaptive histogram equalization.
Adaptive Histogram Equalization
Limit operations to parts of the images with Masked Operations
Every image can have its own mask. This mask is not binary but continuous. The associated mask modifies every operation on the image. The resulting image is a mixture between the original image and the unmasked result.

Remove artifacts with the Edit FFT tool
Interactively change the FFT and view a preview of the resulting IFFT image.
Edit FFT

Use Windowing to optimize deconvolution
Suppress wrap-around artifacts by applying windowing prior to deconvolution (image restoration).

 Semi-blind Deconvolution
ImageLab offers deconvolution coupled to PSF generation.
This way you can interactively find the best PSF approximation.

Easily integrate Matlab code
Run your Matlab code unaltered within the ImageLab environment.
 You can also give your legacy code a new user interface with minimal change.

 Identify Point Spread Functions
ImageLab offers several ways to identify the PSF.

Keep track of object History
Every object keeps track of its complete history.

Apply Homomorphic Filter to reduce contrasts
Use homomorphic filtering for contrast compression.

Use the PaintBox for basic touch-up
Basic painting toolbox with layer support.
Work with different Color Models
ImageLab supports Mono (16bit),  HSI (16bit), RGB (16bit and 8bit), Lab(16bit) and XYZ(16bit) color space.
Smoothly limit the effect of an operation with Continuous ROI
ImageLab supports continuous ROI