Rolf Saager has put together an excellent SFDI processing tutorial for openSFDI. It walks through SFDI processing step-by-step and includes example code for you to modify and expand upon. As you develop your own processing workflow you can use AppSFDI to validate your code.
Click here to view and download the tutorial!
We’re happy to roll out a new SFDI processing tool: AppSFDI.
AppSFDI is an application that can be used to process SFDI data (fx = 0.2/mm and 3 phases). There is an installer (.msi) for use in Windows, as well as instructions for installation and use.
You can read more about AppSFDI and download it here.
I’ve just updated the openSFDI control software (available here) to address some problems that could cause stripes in the demodulated images.
The issue was that the FLIR camera recommended on this site has automatic gain control and gamma correction enabled by default. The gain control can cause some of the images to be brighter than others which can lead to poor demodulation. The Gamma correction is a little more pernicious because it’s nonlinear, so can add harmonics to the projected sinewaves. Harmonics inevitably lead to stripes in the demodulated images. I didn’t realize these adjustments were applied until I dug through the camera settings menu.
Even if you aren’t using the FLIR camera, make sure you turn any auto exposure or gain settings off, and switch off gamma correction.