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how to make a slice of multiple images in 3d

Asked by Muhammad Usman Saleem on 25 Jun 2016
Latest activity Commented on by Walter Roberson
on 13 Jul 2016
I have these three images meterology. First image is weather chat of 100m, second is of 200m, thrid is of 300m.
I have these three images meteorology. First image is weather chat of 100m, second is of 200m, third is of 300m
This is roughly prototype of my idea what i want
Both longitude and latitude are same in three images, I want to just makes longitude as x - axis, latitude as y axis and 100m image at 100, 200m image at 200 ....
i able to producce this code,
a=imread('100.jpg');
b=imread('200.jpg');
c=imread('300.jpg');
I = cat(4,a,b,c);
data = importdata('gpheight300.txt') ;
x = data(:,1) ; x = unique(x) ;
y = data(:,2) ; y = unique(y) ;
%# coordinates
[X,Y] = meshgrid(1:size(I,2), 1:size(I,1));
%[X,Y]=meshgrid(x,y);
Z = ones(size(I,1),size(I,2));
kin=[100 200 300];
for k=1:length(kin)
surface('XData',X, 'YData',Y, 'ZData',Z.*kin(k), ...
'CData',I(:,:,k), 'CDataMapping','direct', ...
'EdgeColor','none', 'FaceColor', 'texturemap')
% patch('XData',X, 'YData',Y, 'ZData',Z.*kin(k),'CData',I(:,:,k))
end
%colormap(cmap)
view(3), box on, %axis tight square
%set(gca, 'YDir','reverse', 'ZLim',[0 size(I,3)+1])
saveas(gcf,'3d','jpg');
This code producing surface in which all three images becomes brown color,(wrapped) when i save them just is this blank 3d block save appear.
Can some one tell me how i can do this 3d slicing of images?

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Muhammad Usman Saleem comments, in response to my "We are volunteers" post:
some body guide these seniors voluntars , try to resolve this questions, instead of giving personal views and irrelevant posting on this question. I shall be very thankful for this kind favor.
Muhammad, if Mathworks ever instituted a policy that the volunteers were not permitted to give personal views, then I would stop volunteering immediately; perhaps I would go back to the Usenet Group, which would certainly not have such a restriction.
some other may assist please

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1 Answer

Answer by Image Analyst
on 26 Jun 2016

Try using "hold on" in your loop.

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Muhammad Usman Saleem comments on my response, above:
some body guide these seniors voluntars , try to resolve this questions, instead of giving personal views and irrelevant posting on this question. I shall be very thankful for this kind favor.
i got this code example from google, where author use index map instead of rgb image then use surf function. Which i really do not know why? What function can we use with rgb?
the link is not of my use, bz i am not using gray scale image
Muhammad Usman Saleem comments to Image Analyst's response of 30 Jun 2016
not of the solution to this problem

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