This area contains short articles and guidelines for
developers intending to modify the OMA Program. These are
intended to assist people in understanding the inner
workings of OMA to ensure that changes do not adversely
affect the stability and functionality of the OMA program.
Articles are in Adobe Acrobat PDF Format.
custom commands into OMA and having them
available from the command window.
memory buffers for custom commands
of the standard image buffers available within
Includes descriptions of the image bufffer,
Accumulator, background and response buffers.
of the standard OMA image format
Feedback on the OMA program, and bug reporting in particular
is required for driving the direction fo future developments
and version control. Please report bugs to this email address
Please try to be as descriptive as possible.
This section outlines various areas where we are working to
improve OMA's functionality. It is essentially a list of
things we are working on, as well as a list of things we
would like to get to and would be very happy to receive
assistance of other programmers.
field manipulation, and extending the processing
functionality to include Stereo-PIV.
DPIV algorithm for resolution enchancement.
- Support for
more general Graphics File Formats, including
automatically converting RGB and CMYK images to 16 bit
- Support for
more cameras and hardware for Mac OS X (Requires drivers
for OS X to become available.)
- Porting the
program to other platforms (including improving the UNIX
versions and porting to Windows.)
Cameras and Hardware
Cameras and Hardware currently supported in the current
version for Mac OS X. Some cameras had been supported in the
Mac Classic OS version of OMA and are waiting for updated
drivers. Please conttact us if you have managed to implement
a new camera, since we would be delighted to share it with
other OMA Users.
Instruments GPIB-interfaced cameras
- Work is
underway to implement Roper's new PVCAM drivers (send and
email for more info)
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Peter A M Kalt, All Rights Reserved
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