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Powerful Image Registration and Recognition Software Unveiled for Medical, Satellite, and Defense Imaging Industries
Date:7/14/2009

Image Registration and Recognition Software developed by Dr. Charles Stewart at DualAlign LLC is breaking new ground in medical imaging, satellite imaging and defense imaging. The breakthrough software is helping professionals automatically align and stitch images even if the originals were taken from different cameras, of varying scale, in different modalities, at different distances, with physical changes, or little overlap.

Clifton Park, NY (PRWEB) July 14, 2009 -- The development of novel image registration and recognition software, i2k Align, by DualAlign LLC is promising to become the foundation for future innovations in medical, satellite and defense imaging applications. The novel software, which comes packaged with an API for custom software development, is fully automatic and very robust. i2k Align is helping professionals automatically register and stitch images even if the originals were taken from different camera systems, of varying scale, in different modalities, at different distances, with physical changes, or little overlap.

"i2k Align is the most sophisticated software package in the world for registering and aligning two-dimensional images and for constructing multi-image montages," says Dr. Charles Stewart, DualAlign LLC's CSO.

Applications to this technology are already found in markets as varied as medicine, defense, satellite, energy, biometrics, security, and photography. One such application in medical imaging enables a doctor to align retinal images to detect glaucoma in a patient, while a certain photographic application allows a photograp
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