I have a question regarding an “automatic visualization” workflow.
The basic is that I have a large number of DICOM files from multiple specimen, and I would like to create a kind of thumbnail/preview image of each file using 3D rendering.
If I use the “Triple 3D” option and the three main keys (Home/End/Page Down) in the different windows, this is the result I get:
The question is that:
- how could I split the window to contain six 3D viewers?
- and is it possible to predefine the desired views in each 3D viewer?
(I show an example below what I’ve created in an image editor)
It means that the:
- 1st viewer shows the image from the right (Shift+Page Down) and also rotates it with 90° clockwise (in order to have a horizontal arrangement);
- 2nd viewer shows the image from the left (Page Down) and also rotates it with 90° counterclockwise;
- 3rd viewer shows the image from the front (Home);
- 4st viewer shows the image from the top (Shift+End) and also rotates it with 90° clockwise;
- 5st viewer shows the image from the bottom (End) and also rotates it with 90° counterclockwise;
- 6st viewer shows the image from the back (Shift+Home) and also rotates it with 180°;
By doing so, it would be preferred if the images would have the same magnification (if I link the 3D viewers currently all of the images will show the same aspect, but I want to keep the different sides while zooming in and out).
What is your opinion, could it be done somehow?
(I should add that I’m not an expert with the Python, so I cannot create a script in my own).
Thanks for the help in advance!