first of all congrats to the developers for the SimpleITK 2.0 release!
I was just exploring it from Java and I’m wondering how to pipe pixels from another source into an ITK image. I do have various options for accessing pixels from our side but I can’t see a way for creating an ITK Image from them.
In my typical workflows, images exist as JNI Buffer, that’s an array allocated in a native C++ library, and Java has only a pointer to it. I could copy over that array in a Java float array (which appears a de-tour). Furthermore, I could offer the image encapsulated in various ImageJ objects. But that boils down to arrays of arrays of type float for example.
Is there a code example showing how to create a Simple ITK image from a Java float array or a JNI pointer and given dimensions? The opposite direction would be interesting as well. btw.