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BigDataViewer: Interactive Visualization and Image Processing for Terabyte Data Sets

@article{Pietzsch2014BigDataViewerIV,
  title={BigDataViewer: Interactive Visualization and Image Processing for Terabyte Data Sets},
  author={Tobias Pietzsch and Stephan Saalfeld and Stephan Preibisch and Pavel Tomançak},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1412.0488}
}
The increasingly popular light sheet microscopy techniques generate very large 3D time-lapse recordings of living biological specimen. The necessity to make large volumetric datasets available for interactive visualization and analysis has been widely recognized. However, existing solutions build on dedicated servers to generate virtual slices that are transferred to the client applications, practically leading to insufficient frame rates (less than 10 frames per second) for truly interactive… 
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