image fusion

im·age fu·sion

(imăj fyūzhŭn)
Combining images from different modalities such as positron emission tomography and magnetic resonance imaging with computed tomography images.
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The lidar point clouds were then colorized with digital camera imagery and image fusion software.
Bringing AI powered low-light image fusion, Nokia 2.2 can take photos in low light conditions.
Image fusion is the process of synthesizing two or more images into one image.
The partnership offers Smith and Nephew access to a broad range of Brainlab technologies in cloud computing, tracking, augmented reality, robotics, AI, machine learning, image fusion, and anatomical segmentation.
In conjunction, Smith & Nephew has access to a broad range of Brainlab technologies in cloud computing, tracking, augmented reality, robotics, AI, machine learning, image fusion and anatomical segmentation.
Image fusion was accomplished with manual rigid registration using landmark-based constraints through adjacent vessel wall calcifications, bony structures, and prior ethiodized oil uptakes (Fig.
The Enhanced Night Vision Goggle -- Binocular (ENVG-B) includes L3's high-performance white phosphor image intensification technology in a dual-tube goggle, as well as a separate thermal channel for image fusion and thermal target detection.
In a textbook on standard image fusion methods, Zheng, Blasch, and Liu elaborate the entire process from concepts and theory to evaluation and applications that beginners need to learn.
Targeted MRI-guided prostate biopsies for the detection of prostate cancer: Initial clinical experience with real-time 3-dimensional transrectal ultrasound guidance and magnetic resonance/transrectal ultrasound image fusion. Urology 2013;81:1372-8.
Particularly, the wavelets are used in 3D imaging, for instance, in multiview video compression [4], in image coding [5], in image fusion [6], as a quality metric [7], etc.