We have developed an experimental system for browsing volumetric data. The novel aspects of this research include (i) using rigid and non-rigid deformations for browsing volumetric data, allowing the user to "peer inside" without losing the surrounding contextual data, and (ii) sensitivity to the semantic layers (or subsets) within the data, and designing interaction techniques around these.
This work was published at IEEE Visualization 2003.
For a copy of our paper, see
Movies: 512x512 pixels, 10 frames per second, cinepak encoded .avi files:
The screen shots below are organized by "Tool", showing what each Tool is capable of with the same data set of a human head.
The following links jump to each of the tools:
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Copyright ( C ) March 3, 2003, Michael McGuffin
Updated April 4, 2003, and May 1, 2003, and July 29, 2003, and October 24, 2003, and January 29, 2004.