Short description

EIKONA3D for Windows is an integrated, powerful and flexible software package for 3D image processing, analysis and visualization. Major application areas include 3D microscopy, confocal microscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance, magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography. It is based on an extensive library of routines related with the suitable manipulation of the specifically designed data structures and the multitude of the supported 3D processing, analysis and visualization algorithms.

Specifically designed for medical applications such as:

  • 3D/Confocal Microscopy
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Computed Tomography.

Horizontal head cross sections.

Appropriate for volume data operations such as:

  • 3D geometric transformations
  • 3D region segmentation
  • 3D edge detection
  • Shape & volumetric analysis
  • 3D surface & volume rendering

Head bone surface rendering.

EIKONA3D Modules are application extensions of EIKONA3D and they help to extend the usability and the operations that can be performed by EIKONA3D. This flexible architecture of EIKONA3D to load external modules, together with EIKONA3D library API makes it easy for a third party software developer to extend the capabilities of the software. These modules are implemented as Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs). EIKONA3D the following modules:

  • 3D Image I/O
  • DICOM module
  • 3D Visualization
  • Volume visualization module
  • Surface rendering module
  • 3D Image processing/analysis
  • Automatic alignment module
  • Marching cubes module
  • 3D Surface modeling module
  • 3D Skeletonization module
  • ICP Algorithm module
  • Tooth drilling for dental purposes module.

3D tooth model used for virtual tooth drilling.

EIKONA3D Library can be used as a stand-alone Application Program Interface (API) for the development of custom video processing applications for Windows platforms using the C programming language.

For more information contact:

Prof. Ioannis Pitas,

Artificial Intelligence and Information Analysis Lab,

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.