Locating Region of Interests on Images

Posted on 2007-10-09
Last Modified: 2013-11-23
I am looking for a suite of delphi components which will enable me

a) Learn regions of interest (ROI) on TIF files
b) Locate these ROIs, on subsequently newly scanned images

can anyone point me in the direction of a good package (and yes I am expecting to pay for the
components so no freeware or shareware)
Question by:junebrown
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    Accepted Solution

    Here is a commercial library that may need to be interfaced with Delphi although I seem to recall them saying they have VCL components.

    I did find the following link if you want to get your hands dirty:

    Let me know if this helps
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    Assisted Solution

    Check this :

    Also NIH Image offers ROI with full source :
    The complete Pascal source code for NIH Image V1.62. This source code is in the public domain.

    And several image processing components are here :

    I hope this helps.

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