scenery: Flexible Virtual Reality Visualization on the Java VM

@article{Gnther2019sceneryFV,
  title={scenery: Flexible Virtual Reality Visualization on the Java VM},
  author={U. G{\"u}nther and Tobias Pietzsch and Aryaman Gupta and K. Harrington and P. Tomançak and S. Gumhold and I. Sbalzarini},
  journal={2019 IEEE Visualization Conference (VIS)},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-5}
}
  • U. Günther, Tobias Pietzsch, +4 authors I. Sbalzarini
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • 2019 IEEE Visualization Conference (VIS)
  • Life science today involves computational analysis of a large amount and variety of data, such as volumetric data acquired by state-of-the-art microscopes, or mesh data from analysis of such data or simulations. [...] Key Method scenery is free and open-source software, works on all major platforms, and uses the Vulkan or OpenGL rendering APIs. We introduce scenery’s main features and example applications, such as its use in VR for microscopy, in the biomedical image analysis software Fiji, or for visualising…Expand Abstract
    5 Citations

    References

    SHOWING 1-10 OF 35 REFERENCES
    Exposure Render: An Interactive Photo-Realistic Volume Rendering Framework
    • 98
    • PDF
    MegaMol—A Prototyping Framework for Particle-Based Visualization
    • 93
    The Visualization Toolkit (VTK): Rewriting the rendering code for modern graphics cards
    • 23
    • Highly Influential
    A high-level 3D visualization API for Java and ImageJ
    • 363
    • Highly Influential
    • PDF
    A Virtual Reality Visualization Tool for Neuron Tracing
    • 43
    • PDF
    Multi-Material Volume Rendering with a Physically-Based Surface Reflection Model
    • 3
    BigDataViewer: visualization and processing for large image data sets
    • 165
    • PDF
    Multiresolution techniques for interactive texture-based volume visualization
    • 307
    • PDF
    Extensible visualization and analysis for multidimensional images using Vaa3D
    • 203
    • Highly Influential
    • PDF