Author: Hajime Hirase (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience
Rutgers University, Newark, NJ 07102
Date: 2001/8/7 Limitations: Only works with 8-bit grayscale and RGB images that have identical size (i.e. dimension). Probably doesn't handle transparency very well. Current version only supports linear morphing. Source: iMorph_.java Installation: Copy iMorph_.class to the plugins folder and restart ImageJ. Description: iMorph is a plugin for (trans)morphing one image to another. Given two images, it generates a series of images (in ImageStack format) to gradually transform one image into the other image. It gives you a choice of morphing back, so that it can be played in loop. It could be useful for web page animations.
Developed with iMac (233Hz, Rev. A. MacOS 9.0.4 MRJ 2.2.4 ) using iText editor (2.2.1 English release).
A newer iMorph plugin is available (iMorph2_.java) that does morphing using random numbers but this version requires Java 2.
Suggestions, criticism, optimization, modification welcome. More morphing operations will be done, but I cannot promise when.
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