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     Haze remover

     Semi-automatic image registration

      Multi-exposure image fusion

Aerial images posted on this site are courtesy of NASA, US Geological Survey, and Google,  and the medical images posted are courtesy
of NIH and MedPix. For information about
Image Registration and Fusion Systems' products and services, please contact:
Image Registration and Fusion Systems, Beavercreek, Ohio, U.S.A., Copyright 2015
Use this software to remove haze from aerial images. This software can also be used to enhance very large
locally over-exposed or under-exposed images to enhance local image details. For more information and
examples, visit the
Haze Remover page.
Use this software to register images that show different views of a terrain scene. If the images to be
registered have large rotation and scaling differences, this software will bring the images into approximate
alignment by allowing the user to interactively select two corresponding points in the images. Once the
images are in approximate alignment, the software will then register the images automatically. An example
of nonrigid image registration by this software is shown above. For more information about this software,
visit the Semi-automatic
same modality and multi-modality image registration pages.
Use this software to fuse multi-exposure images into a single well-exposed image. The software replaces
under-exposed and over-exposed areas in some images with well-exposed same areas in other images to
create an image that is well-exposed everywhere. The fusion process maximizes information content in the
created image. For more information about this software, visit the
Multi-exposure Fusion page.
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(a), (b) Multitemporal Landsat 5 images of an area over Western Australia. These images are courtesy of the U.S. Geological Survey. (c)
Shown in red and light blue are scene changes over time. (d) The same information is shown in the difference image. Registration is
achieved using lines in the images. Corresponding lines are shown with the same color in (a) and (b). Lines are found to be the most
stable features in mutitemporal images.
For more information about this software, visit the Change Detection in Multitemporal Images page.
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  2. A  license includes technical support for 3 months and upgrades for 1 year.
  3. Each license comes with a User's Guide, describing usage of the software.
  4. Software licenses are for Windows PC only. Each software system is standalone and runs interactively.
  5. Special orders to add new functions to an existing software will be considered.
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