BLENDER CONFERENCE 2006 Three-dimensional skin reconstruction by vector sequence alignment and morphing


The analysis of the three-dimensional arrangement of cells and tissues is fundamental for the understanding of their individual contribution to the whole organism. High-resolution microscopy outputs seriated two-dimensional images in which, due to the experimental limitations in the labeling, the objects of interest are hardly segmentable by automated means… (More)


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