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24 October 1984 Digital Reconstruction Methods For Three-Dimensional Image Visualization
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It is desirable to extend the bene-fits of several new and emerging imag-ing modalities (such as computed tomography and nuclear magnetic reso-nance imaging) by providing means for visualizing an entire volume of image data at the same time. Such advances have been reported previously by us in the area of computer-generated holog-raphy, and in the generation of real-time imagery [1,2,3]. This paper reports on the applica-tion of these developed techniques to several diverse problems, including x-ray imaging of the pelvic girdle, neutron imaging of nuclear fuel rod bundles, and optical imaging of fluid flow in a volume. The particular problems and solutions involved in displaying these types of data are discussed.
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Stephen M. Jaffey, Kalyan Dutta, and Lambertus Hesselink "Digital Reconstruction Methods For Three-Dimensional Image Visualization", Proc. SPIE 0507, Processing and Display of Three-Dimensional Data II, (24 October 1984); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.944950
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