Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

S Grimm, St. Bruckner, A. Kanitsar, E. Gröller:
"Flexible Direct Multi-Volume Rendering in Interactive Scenes";
Talk: 9th International Fall Workshop on Vision, Modeling, and Visualization 2004, Stanford, USA; 2004-11-16 - 2004-11-18; in: "Vision Modeling and Visualization", B. Girod, M Magnor, H.-P. Seidel (ed.); (2004), ISBN: 3898380580; 379 - 386.

English abstract:
In this paper we describe methods to efficiently visualize multiple ntersecting volumetric objects. We introduce the concept of V-Objects. V-Objects represent abstract properties of an object connected to a volumetric data source. We present a method to perform direct volume rendering of a scene comprised of an arbitrary number of possibly intersecting V-Objects. The idea of our approach is to distinguish between regions of intersection, which need costly multi-volume processing, and regions containing only one V-Object, which can be processed using a highly efficient brick-wise volume traversal scheme. Using this method, we achieve significant performance gains for multi-volume rendering. We show possible medical applications, such as surgical planning, diagnosis, and education.

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