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The STIM library is a template-based source repository that encapsulates most of the functionality of the software produced by the Scalable Tissue Imaging and Modeling Laboratory at the University of Houston.
CUDA Mie scattering simulator
Multi-layered optical model for simulating and visualizing plane wave scattering across samples composed of homogeneous layers with specified refractive indices.
Hyperspectral image processing library designed to deal with extremely large images using data streaming.
The python gui used to visualize microvascular networks.
GPU-based genetic algorithm feature selector based on LDA.
Hypersnakuscules - a 3-dimensional extension of snakuscules.
Visualization software for visualizing tensor fields with superquadric glyphs.
Converts slides from proprietary image formats (Nanozoomer, Aperio, etc) into standard formats using OpenSlide and OpenCV.
Accurate Flow in Augmented Networks (AFAN) software.
Broadband Interactive Mie Simulation - This software is simulates and visualizes Mie scattering through spheres using GPU-based parallel computation.
Spherical Harmonics visualization
Converts a file or list of files to the netpbm (*.pgm, *.ppm) format
Refractive Index Calculator - this software is used to calculate different optical properties of materials, including refractive index, scattering efficiency, and absorbance