What is Registration?
Image registration is the process of transforming different sets of data into one coordinate system. Data may be multiple photographs, data from different sensors, times, depths, or viewpoints. It is used in computer vision, medical imaging, biological imaging and brain mapping, military automatic target recognition, and compiling and analyzing images and data from satellites. Registration is necessary in order to be able to compare or integrate the data obtained from these different measurements.
Recommended ImageJ Plugins for Registration
Here we summarize some of the Registration plugins in ImageJ.
|Plugin Name||Short Description||Highlights||Plugin Snapshot|
|Feature Extraction||A tool for identifying a set of corresponding points of interest in two images||
||MOPS feature correspondences (example 1)|
|Linear Stack Alignment with SIFT||A tool for aligning image stacks||
|BUnwarpJ||A tool for elastic and consistent image registration||
|TrakEM2||A tool for morphological data mining, three-dimensional modeling and image stitching, registration, editing and annotation||
|Register Virtual Stack Slices||A tool that takes a sequence of image slices stored in a folder and delivers a list of registered image slices||
Other pages and tools for Registration in ImageJSee Category:Registration for other ImageJ pages and tools about image registration.
- Lowe D (2004), "Distinctive Image Features from Scale-Invariant Keypoints", International Journal of Computer Vision 60 (2): 91-110