A free 2D & 3D DIC (Digital Image Correlation) MOIRE software

The current version is V0.960.

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This software contains lots of robust functions for image analysis and processing, deformation, shape, and motion measurement. However, since most users are interested in DIC, the videos below show only how to use DIC. Please be noted that the menu in the newest version is slightly different from the one in the video. Opticist.org needs your comments and input to make this DIC program better. 

The software is developed with Visual C++ 2015, you may need to install Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable Package (included in the zip file) first before run the program.

The software has 32-bit (X86) version and 64-bit (x64) version. Please use the X64 version unless your Windows OS is 32-bit.

Link to 2D DIC manual: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dp7a2hspee8neak/2DDIC_manual.pdf?dl=0

Here are two demo video clips of the software.

function of bound.bmp

We have the bound.bmp file because we are only interested in a certain area of the deformed and undeformed images. The bound.bmp is the boundary of that region.
I uploaded the images to the link below. We created it digitally for testing purpose. You can create your own if you want to.

can you help me to check the link


I entered the above link but I saw nothing there? Can you upload it again or help me to send the file to my email: tvphuc@acad.vn

many thanks,

Re-upload files

Dear Minh Vo,

First off, thanks so much for your work in this software!  You are truly doing a great job, and sharing it in the spirit of goodwill.  It is very much appreciated.

I must ask you if I could have a copy of the source code?  I'm working on creating a remotly accessible lab in India, and being able to work with your code would be great...

Also, could you please upload the test files one more time?  I tried the link above and they've been taken down :(

Again, thanks!  Have a great day! :)

I have found the file.

thank you very much.

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