A new user with 1st post here!
I am struggling and not even sure if it is possible to shear a 2D image stacks along third dimension!
I have a usual stack of 2D images representing a 3D volume (each image is in XY plane stacking along Z-axis ). Now I want to shear the whole representative volume by a certain angle along Z-axis and visualize it.
Initially I thought Affine transform should work nicely, so I followed following recipe with TransformJ (ImageScience) plugin:
Import the image stack
Image -> Stack -> 3D project (to have a visual 3D representation of starting volume)
Select image stack and Plugins -> TransformJ -> TransformJ Affine -> Create a matrix 1 0 0 0; 0 1 0 0; 0 d 1 0; 0 0 0 1 where d represents the shear along Z-axis which is linearly dependent on y axis.
Applying this Affine transform gives proper result for a stack of single image but while working with a stack of multiple images, I get a hyperstack where each of initial image slice gets split into multiple frames. I am finding it difficult to put this hyperstack together to give a seamless sheared view of the starting volume.
I would be happy to learn if I am making some mistake or there is another way of doing this.