[Tomviz] Question: Is it possible to process FIB-Slices without tilting procedure

Marcus D. Hanwell marcus.hanwell at kitware.com
Wed Dec 20 10:29:29 EST 2017

Hi Torsten,

On Wed, Dec 20, 2017 at 10:21 AM, Scherer, Torsten (INT) <
torsten.scherer at kit.edu> wrote:

> Dear colleagues,
> I would like to process FIB-slices with TomViz if possible. Do you have
> any suggestions how to proceed?
> Is there any description of the software use available except the
> rudimentary manual installed with TomViz?
> I would very much appreciate any help and advice regarding my
> FIB-Tomo-question.
We have plans to add support for importing FIB slices, but there is no
current support for this. If you have an image stack you can import them,
and we have support for a number of volumetric formats such as TIFFs,
HDF5-based. What form is the data in, and what kind of treatment does it

The image stack alignment tool would help with 2D alignment for example, if
you marked the data set as a tilt series (you would have to supply angles).
It would be great to get more information on your needs, and what features
would be the most useful additions to help you effectively use Tomviz.


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