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| latest version        = 1.29 (December 2003)
 
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| website                = [http://webscreen.ophth.uiowa.edu/bij/flowj.htm FlowJ]

Revision as of 08:39, 5 November 2014

FlowJ (ImageJ)
Author Michael Abramoff
Maintainer Jean-Yves Tinevez
File FlowJ_.jar
Source on GitHub or on BIJ webpage
Latest version 1.29 (December 2003)
Development status stable
Website FlowJ



Purpose

FlowJ is a plugin that implements the main gradient-based optical flow techniques, such as Lucas and Kanade, Uras, Fleet and Jepson and Singh algorithms.


Documentation

Please refer to the author webpage for all information on how to use this plugin, as well as references.


ChangeLog

Since FlowJ is maintained inside Fiji, the following changes have been made:

  • When you compute all flow fields and then display them, the "Display static background" box is now properly handled (noticed by Christina Eugster).
  • There is a "Display magnitude" button now to get the magnitudes of the flow vectors (i.e. the local "speed" in pixels per frame).

Menu path

Analyze > Optic Flow > FlowJ