Visere 6, now available as a cross-platform product (Linux, Mac and Windows), is based on two executables, three dynamic libraries modules, and an unlimited number of plug-ins.
The two executables are: the GUI version (Visere) and the command-line (vsrcmd).
The three dynamic libraries modules are part of Visere and represent the main Visere features. Visere can be started in three different modes: 1D, 2D or 3D. This affects how data is displayed on the screen. Clearly, in 3D you can open up a 2D image, but it will be opened as a 3D data representation.
Visere Plug-Ins can implement functions from VPISDK for any of the three Visere modes ( 1D, 2D, 3D ). Visere will only call plug-ins functions that are developed for the mode Visere is started in. For example, if Visere is started in 2D mode, then only 2D functions are loaded. Visere Plug-Ins use ViserePlugInSDK (VPISDK).
The command-line vsrcmd application loads all plug-ins, but only non-GUI functions from VPISDK are called.
We developed a Photoshop extension SDK called vsrPp_sdk. You can use this SDK in your application to run almost any Photoshop filter, and unlike other Photoshop hosts, this is not a separate application, but you can integrate these features in your own application (see our blog entry).
For Photoshop users, we developed a Medical plug-in package for windows (32bit and 64bit). Momentarily, the package works only for gray-scale images and it contains the following filters: Median, ContrastStretch, Vignetting, Adaptive Histogram Equalization, Denoise X-Ray, UnsharpMasking, GaussianSmoothing and AQua Denoise.
Download beta Visere 6.0.11079 — 2D&3D Linux 64 bit — To run the GUI, you need to run: Visere2D or Visere3D.
Download beta Visere 6.0.11078 — 2D&3D, Windows 32 bit (A command line and a lite graphical interface. Run almost any Photoshop filter) — To run the GUI, you need to run: Visere2D.exe or Visere3D.exe. For loading Photoshop filters, all *.8bf files must be placed in the Photoshop directory. More …
Download the Medical package, Photoshop plugin (32bit and 64bit). It contains gray-level image processing filters for: Median, ContrastStretch, Vignetting, Adaptive Histogram Equalization, Denoise X-Ray, UnsharpMasking, GaussianSmoothing and AQua Denoise.
Download Photoshop Filters Host SDK. This SDK allows you to run Photoshop filters (32 & 64 bits) inside your own windows application.
Visit our Visere 6 Wiki site for information on testing and evaluating the AQua Denoise Algorithms.