Depth-map-based scene analysis for active navigation in virtual angioscopy

@article{Haigron2004DepthmapbasedSA,
  title={Depth-map-based scene analysis for active navigation in virtual angioscopy},
  author={Pascal Haigron and Marc-Emmanuel Bellemare and Oscar Acosta and Cemil G{\"o}ksu and Carine Kulik and K. Rioual and Antoine Lucas},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging},
  year={2004},
  volume={23},
  pages={1380-1390}
}
This work presents an approach dealing with virtual exploratory navigation inside vascular structures. It is based on the notion of active vision in which only visual perception drives the motion of the virtual angioscope. The proposed fly-through approach does not require a premodeling of the volume dataset or an interactive control of the virtual sensor during the fly-through. Active navigation combines the on-line computation of the scene view and its analysis, to automatically define the… CONTINUE READING
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