Category: New Feature

DREAM.3D Version 6.5.49 is Available for Download

We are pleased to announce that DREAM.3D 6.5.​​​49 is now available for download. Please download the latest release from our download page: http://dream3d.bluequartz.net/?page_id=32.New Filters & Features¶ITKImageProcessing::ITKImageWriter gained the ability to write out various orthogonal planes from the image geometry.Fixed DREAM3D Issues¶Update documentation for StatsGenerator to reflect Neighbor Distribution generationRemoved Write IPF Standard Triangle from available filters. …

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DREAM.3D 6.5 New Features

​There are some terrific new features in DREAM.3D version 6.5 and we are here to let you in on some of the major additions.​A Fresh New Look​We stripped DREAM.3D down and gave it a fresh new look that any body with the proper skills can modify to how they want.​Selection of Input Containers and Data​It …

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DREAM.3D 6.4 Release

The DREAM.3D development team would like to announce the release of DREAM.3D version 6.4.0. The download can be found at the normal download link on the DREAM.3D website:http://dream3d.bluequartz.net/?page_id=32These release notes summarize the major changes for each officially released version of DREAM.3D. The official bug report is located at the DREAM.3D GitHub issues page.Getting HelpThe developers …

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DREAM.3D 6.4 New Features

​With this release there are now video tutorials posted to the BlueQuartz YouTube channel.  With the release of DREAM.3D 6.4.56 there are a number of major user interface changes that have been implemented to help the user keep track of their data, make informed choices for inputs and outputs and allow the user to more easily discover …

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DREAM.3D v6.3 New Features

DREAM.3D brings a host of new user interface improvements that we would like to share. Our goal was to help the user streamline their workflows by presenting the user with a less cluttered main window. These changes will be on going as we investigate better ways to present the user interface to our users. The …

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DREAM.3D 6.3.0 Released

The DREAM.3D development team would like to announce the release of DREAM.3D version 6.3.0. The download can be found at the normal download link on the DREAM.3D website:http://dream3d.bluequartz.net/?page_id=32These release notes summarize the major changes for each officially released version of DREAM.3D. The official bug report is located at the DREAM.3D GitHub issues page.Getting HelpThe developers …

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New Orientation Conversion Utility Added to DREAM.3D

Among the new features of DREAM.3D Version 6.2.63 is a new utility that allows the user to quickly perform a conversion of a single orientation representation into 6 alternate representations. The supported representations are:Axis-AngleCubochoricEuler Angles (Bunge Convention)HomochoricOrientation Matrix (3×3)QuaternionRodriguesTo use the utility, simply drag the filter “Orientation Utility” into the pipeline area and start entering …

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DREAM.3D 6.2.63 Released

On behalf of the entire DREAM.3D development team I would like to announce the immediate availability of version 6.2.63. The download can be found at the normal download spot on the dream3d website:http://dream3d.bluequartz.net/?page_id=32The issues fixed for this release are:Version 6.2.63 will be the last version to support OS X 10.8. The minimum version of OS …

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DREAM.3D 6.2.0 Released

On behalf of the DREAM.3D Development team we are pleased to release version 6.2.0. The complete list of fixes is below.The downloads are located on the usual download page.User NotesCompleted migration of all internal rotation transformations to those documented in the paper “Tutorial: Consistent Representations of and Conversions Between 3D Rotations”, D. Rowenhorst, A.D. Rollett, …

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New Features Tour (Version 6)

This is a short video showing some of the new searching capabilities of DREAM.3D. The new searching capabilities allows the user to quickly target filters by their name. Instead of drilling down through a tree the user can simply type the name of the filter into a search box and the list of filters will …

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