09-29-2005 05:35 AM
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Hi Ken & Kevin,
I appreciate your suggestions. Yes, thats the simplest way to do. I will do that.
One problem could be my image size is very big - say 8000 * 23000 resolution. So it might putup lot of memory issues. Anyway thanks for the soution dudes. If you have anything more please let me know.
My image has irregular shapes, its not always complex. It has intersecting of shapes like two circles merged.
senthil kumar m
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04-01-2012 02:04 PM - edited 04-01-2012 02:05 PM
As my contribution to this 5-old thread, since I didn't find any better solution than doing it myself, a VI which tests if a point is inside any of the [multiple] ROIs of an image. Implementation is for type 2 (rectangle), 4 (ellipse), 5 (closed polygon) and 6 (closed freehand). For types 2,5,6, the technique of the preceding post is used. Further types (rotated rectangle, annulus) could be done but it would be tedious. Provided for LV10.