Easy to use, powerful and complete PIV software with graphical user interface.
PIVlab is the most popular and most widely used open source PIV tool.
Hey, we just reached the goal of 134 Euros! Thanks! I just downloaded MATLAB and will soon start working on PIVlab v1.4 ! I already noticed that R2014b is quite fast in comparison to previous releases.
Hi, due to the increasing amount of PIVlab users and questions, I enabled a forum in this blog where questions can be asked. I am hoping that this can act as a central place for all comments and questions and that I can reply faster to questions without forgetting some of them...
I disabled the comments temporarily to see if the forum could work....
Almost two years since the last update... Here's the list of changes: Instructions on how to cite PIVlab in your publication (in the menu: 'Referencing / Help'). This will be updated again as soon as my papers got accepted.Streamlines now run through user selected coordinatesParameter name included in color barRegion of interest can additionally be selected by entering coordinates'Wiener2' adaptive denoise filter in image pre-processingPdf file exportUpdated link to tutorialMatlab version check (I don't have access to Matlab 7.1 anymore, therefore the minimal supported version now is Matlab 7.10.0 (R2010a)Several small bug-fixes / improvementsThe download link: PIVlab @ Matlab FEX