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Hi,

I want to perform Image Registration in LabVIEW, i wanted to know if there is any tool available in LabVIEW which can help me in achieving my task.

Thanks

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Can you give us more detail on specifically what you are looking to do? If you have test images to use that would be even better.

Matt J | National Instruments | CLA

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Hi Jacobson,

Thanks a lot for your reply. I want to perform registration on Retinal Images. I am attaching a sample for images for you.

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What is "image registration" in your case? Seems to be very broad.

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Hi,

I think this paper could define my direction of work. 
http://www.crim.ca/perso/langis.gagnon/articles/238_laliberte_f.pdf

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I want to perform Image Registration in LabVIEW, i wanted to know if there is any tool available in LabVIEW which can help me in achieving my task.


So back to the original question...

 

NI Vision will help a little. You might look into OpenCV (there are some tools to call OpenCV from LabVIEW, but I can't recommend a particular one).

 

Making something like this will be at least weeks of work, even for seasoned LabVIEW\Vision experts. It's not going to be easy... If you have broken down the work load, we can\will help you with sub-problems of course.

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NI Vision will help a little. You might look into OpenCV (there are some tools to call OpenCV from LabVIEW, but I can't recommend a particular one).

 

Hi,

If I have a code in Matlab and its working perfect can i load that file with functions in Labview to perform the same task?

Kindly let me know about it.

Regards

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NI Vision will help a little. You might look into OpenCV (there are some tools to call OpenCV from LabVIEW, but I can't recommend a particular one).

 

Hi,

If I have a code in Matlab and its working perfect can i load that file with functions in Labview to perform the same task?

Kindly let me know about it.

Regards


There are ways. I'm no expert, but if you can develop (and deploy your application) with a Matlab license, it should work just fine. If not, it might be slightly more difficult. Again, I'm no expert on Matlab in LabVIEW.

 

As I understand, you can use MatScript nodes, dll's made in Matlab, or start .mat scripts from LabVIEW. You could:

+ google (matlab from labview),

+ search the forum (call matlab from labview),

+ wait for a better answer...

 

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Depends on what transformations are expected.

 

for translation i would use correlation:

http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/370281AG-01/imaqvision/imaq_correlate/

then detect the peak in the correlation map and shift image acording to the shift of the peak

http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/370281AG-01/imaqvision/imaq_shift/

for rotation maybe:

http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/370281AG-01/imaqvision/imaq_rotation_detect/

and rotate image accordingly:

http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/370281AG-01/imaqvision/imaq_rotate/

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Edit: 

 

Beforehand, to find out what might work best on my data, i mean just for some fast experiments, I always use "ImageJ" or "FIJI", a free tool before i start implementing in labview.

 

There is a plugin "Image Registration" where different transformation methods can be selected. So you can find out what kind your data need.

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