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Story Telling Aspects in Medical Applications

@inproceedings{Wohlfart2006StoryTA,
  title={Story Telling Aspects in Medical Applications},
  author={Michael Wohlfart},
  year={2006}
}
Although the use of images as well as movies has proven very valuable for presentation purposes in volume visualization, these methods still lack a certain feature, that has become state-of-the-art in other visualization areas, namely interactivity. Giving the consumers of a presentation more interactive freedom would allow them to further investigate the presented visualizations as well as to draw their own conclusions. The approach that we suggest in this paper introduces storytelling to… 

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