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Title

Volume rendering with MathGL3d
Author

Jens-Peer Kuska
Organization: Universitšt Leipzig
Department: Department for Computer Graphics and Image Processing
URL: http://phong.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/~kuska/
Conference

2003 International Mathematica Symposium
Conference location

Imperial College, London
Description

MathGL3d is an OpenGL based Mathematica application of advanced scientific visualization. The interactive visualization of scalar functions of three variables or of three dimensional volume data is a frequent task in many fields of research. Medical data from computer tomography (CT) or magnet resonance tompgaphie (MRT) are especially a real challenge for a visualization application. The paper will demonstrate the build-in functions of MathGl3d for volume data visualization.
Subject

*Applied Mathematics > Visualization
Keywords

Volume rendering with MathGL3d MathGL3d is an OpenGL based Mathematica application of advanced scientific visualization. The interactive visualization of scalar functions of three variables or of three dimensional volume data is a frequent task in many fields of research. Medical data from computer tomography (CT) or magnet resonance tompgaphie (MRT) are especially a real challenge for a visualization application. The paper will demonstrate the build-in functions of MathGl3d for volume data visualization.
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