• Computer Science, Engineering
  • Published in Other Conferences 1992
  • DOI:10.1117/12.131087

Incremental volume reconstruction and rendering for 3-D ultrasound imaging

@inproceedings{Ohbuchi1992IncrementalVR,
  title={Incremental volume reconstruction and rendering for 3-D ultrasound imaging},
  author={Ryutarou Ohbuchi and David T. Chen and Henry Fuchs},
  booktitle={Other Conferences},
  year={1992}
}
In this paper, we present approaches toward an interactive visualization of a real time input, applied to 3-D visualizations of 2-D ultrasound echography data. The first, 3 degrees-of- freedom (DOF) incremental system visualizes a 3-D volume acquired as a stream of 2-D slices with location and orientation with 3 DOF. As each slice arrives, the system reconstructs a regular 3-D volume and renders it. Rendering is done by an incremental image-order ray- casting algorithm which stores and reuses… CONTINUE READING

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