is named the Top 3D Imaging Software by Scientific Computing & Instrumentation Magazine in both Year 2002 and Year 2000 Annual Technology Leaders Issue.
"3D-DOCTOR 2.0 is used for 3-D image visualization, volume rendering and deconvolution applications by researchers, doctors and engineers.
Image segmentation has been improved to generate object boundaries from image slices, and create 3-D rendering in a few steps.
The vector-based boundary and contour editor provides a flexible tool for image editing and handling. An image slice alignment function corrects image misalignment automatically using the maximum likelihood image matching technique.
The software supports commonly used 3-D and 2-D image file formats, including DICOM, TIFF, JPEG, BMP, Raw Image Data and other non-standard vendor formats can be easily read using 3D-DOCTOR's universal image configuration and input function.
Most image types are supported, including 8-bit and 16-bit grayscale, 4-bit, 8-bit and 24-bit color, 1-bit Black/White. In addition, the software offers complete image type conversion functions."