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The volume in focus: hardwareassisted focus and context effects for volume visualization

By M. Cohen, K.W. Brodlie and N. Phillips


In many volume visualization applications there is some region of specific interest where we wish to see fine detail - yet we do not want to lose an impression of the overall picture. In this research we apply the notion of focus and context to texture-based volume rendering. A framework has been developed that enables users to achieve fast volumetric distortion and other effects of practical use. The framework has been implemented through direct programming of the graphics processor and integrated into a volume rendering system. Our driving application is the effective visualization of aneurysms, an important issue in neurosurgery. We have developed and evaluated an easy-to-use system that allows a neurosurgicalteam to explore the nature of cerebral aneurysms, visualizing the aneurysm itself in fine detail while still retaining a view of the\ud surrounding vasculature.\u

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