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VIS
2005
IEEE
128views Visualization» more  VIS 2005»
12 years 9 months ago
Hardware-Accelerated Simulated Radiography
We present the application of hardware accelerated volume rendering algorithms to the simulation of radiographs as an aid to scientists designing experiments, validating simulatio...
Cláudio T. Silva, Daniel E. Laney, Nelson L...
VIS
2004
IEEE
130views Visualization» more  VIS 2004»
12 years 9 months ago
The VesselGlyph: Focus & Context Visualization in CT-Angiography
Reliable and complete blood-vessel segmentation is still a challenging problem. This is especially true in the presence of morphologic changes resulting from atherosclerotic disea...
RT
2001
Springer
12 years 19 days ago
Real-Time Occlusion Culling with a Lazy Occlusion Grid
We present a new conservative image-based occlusion culling method to increase the speed of hardware accelerated rendering of very complex general scenes which may consist of mill...
Heinrich Hey, Robert F. Tobler, Werner Purgathofer
SI3D
2012
ACM
10 years 3 months ago
Fast, effective BVH updates for animated scenes
Bounding volume hierarchies (BVHs) are a popular acceleration structure choice for animated scenes rendered with ray tracing. This is due to the relative simplicity of refitting ...
Daniel Kopta, Thiago Ize, Josef B. Spjut, Erik Bru...
SMA
2006
ACM
150views Solid Modeling» more  SMA 2006»
12 years 2 months ago
Conformal virtual colon flattening
We present an efficient colon flattening algorithm using conformal structure, which is angle-preserving and minimizes the global distortion. Moreover, our algorithm is general w...
Wei Hong, Xianfeng Gu, Feng Qiu, Miao Jin, Arie E....
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