Welcome to StackVisTM, an OpenGL-based 3D viewer of neuroanatomical sections (for 3D brain visualization), which was developed by Issac Trotts in the labs of Edward G. Jones.
The 3D trackball camera controls (for 3D mode) are as follows.
Click and drag to rotate. Hold down the shift key and click/drag up and down
to zoom in and out. The middle mouse
button also adjusts the zoom level, as does the scroll button if your
mouse has one. To translate, hold down the control key and the left mouse
button while dragging the mouse. Fine rotation can be achieved by holding
down control, shift, and the left mouse button while dragging.
Press keyboard '2' to switch from 3D mode to 2D mode. In 2D camera mode, a couple of controls are changed. Dragging pans the camera and control-drag rotates. Everything else
is the same as the 3D mode.
Press keyboard 'a' or 'b' to chop off the front or back of the image stack. Press Tab and Shift-Tab
to move the current section forward and backward. It is also possible to
change the current slide by holding down the shift key while moving the mouse
StackVis currently works on all Windows platforms. To use StackVis on Linux, try using with Wine. Note that on Windows Vista, it is necessary to set the StackVis directory permissions so that "read-only" is completely unchecked.