Tue Aug 13 16:27:37 NZST 2002
> No, it's not _just_ an image viewer! It is a C link library that provides
> an easy interface for the display of scientific images. By scientific, I
> mean that images need not be unsigned byte (256 greyscale) or RGB (24bit
> truecolour) but may be signed integers (16bit or 32bit) or even
> floating-point (IEEE single or double precision). Potentially
> complex-fields could be displayed too (but that is not currently in my
> of desired attributes).
Are you talking about the sorts of things you would find in the natural
images database etc? Or developing your own image format?
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