how can I convert 2d images to a 3d image?

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I have a CT scan file with 51 slices...how can I make a 3d image with this 51 slices?
Is there any toolbox in matlab for this?
I attached this file.
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 14 Sep 2014
You can use cat()
image3d = cat(3, slice1, slice2, slice3, slice4);
or in a loop where you read in each slice
array3d = zeros(rows, columns, numberOfSlices);
for slice = 1 : numberOfSlices
filename = spritnf('image #%d', slice);
fullFileName = fullfile(folder, filename);
if exist(fullFileName, 'file)
thisSlice = imread(fullFileName);
array3d(:,:,slice) = thisSlice;
end
end
or if you don't know the number of slices in advance,
thisSlice = imread(filename);
if slice == 1
array3d = thisSlice
else
array3d = cat(3, array3d, thisSlice);
end
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Patil Ravindra kyung hee university
thank you for help,i tried 'nearest ' the error is solve but it still staging all images.
it just rotate iamge but all images are stagging on each other.
my images are like a tomography images. in tomography we take images in diffrent angle and combine them to create 3D volume. like shown in below video.
"https://youtu.be/1gottjkU6Jc"
again thank you for help these are great help to me in my work.
Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 9 Sep 2021
Edited: Walter Roberson on 24 Jan 2022
Patil, if you've studied medical reconstruction you know a reconstructed image is not merely the sum of rotates images. You have to extrude or "back project" the images before you add them. You are not doing that part so you will not get a reconstruction. Sorry, but writing a 3-D reconstruction algorithm is way beyond what I can offer you. There are people who's whole full time job is working on those kinds of algorithms.

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Rekha Nair
Rekha Nair on 14 Oct 2015
how can i create a 3d image by using one Plane image(X and Y cordinates) and an oblique view of the same image.
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 19 Sep 2017
If there are shadows, you have a chance. See this overview of "shape from shading" http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.74.7754&rep=rep1&type=pdf
Also see papers here: Vision Bibliography

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