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Building 3D anatomical scenes on the Web

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Building 3D anatomical scenes on the Web
We propose a new service for building user-defined 3D anatomic structures on the Web. The Web server is connected to a data base storing more than 1000 3D anatomic models reconstructed from the Visible Human. Users may combine existing models as well as planar oblique slices in order to create their own structured anatomic scenes. Furthermore, they may record sequences of scene construction and visualization actions. These actions enable the server to construct high-quality video animations, downloadable by the user. Professionals and students in anatomy, medicine and related disciplines are invited to use the server and create their own anatomic scenes. Keywords Visible Human, anatomy, anatomic models, interactive construction of 3D scenes, volume visualization, surface reconstruction, applet-based rendering engine, Java.
F. Evesque, Sebastian Gerlach, Roger D. Hersch
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where JVCA
Authors F. Evesque, Sebastian Gerlach, Roger D. Hersch
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