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3D Image Display Extension

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A 3D OBJECT

The 3D Image Display Extension is now available in the Aphelion™ Imaging Software Suite environment. New features have been added to the previous version of the extension. Using new PC architectures helped to dramatically improve the speed and the quality of the image rendering.

With the new version of the extension, both a 3D image and the associated Aphelion 3D ObjectSet can be simultaneously displayed in the same Aphelion Visualization window. Different visualization modes are available to let the user accurately analyze any 3D object.

Bone sample displayed in isosurface rendering mode

Bone sample displayed in isosurface rendering mode

Bone sample displayed in volume rendering mode with transparency

Bone sample displayed in volume rendering mode with transparency

Bone sample displayed in slice rendering mode with transparency

Bone sample displayed in slice rendering mode with transparency

Bone sample displayed in both volume and isosurface rendering modes

Bone sample displayed in both volume and isosurface rendering modes


3D Image Display Extension benefits:

  • Visualization of both an image and an ObjectSet in the same image window
  • Zoom, pan, scroll, and rotation can be synchronized between multiple image windows
  • Available rendering modes: Volume, isosurface, slice
  • Available representation isosurface modes: Surface, Wire Frame, Points
  • Full control of the transparency
  • Color rendering through color LookUp Tables
  • ObjectSet display with full control of each individual object display including color rendering
  • Mouse control of the volume location and orientation
  • Possibility to define the center of mass of one single object as the origin of the ObjectSet display
Synchronization of two image windows

Synchronization of orientation, location, and magnification between two 3D image windows


ObjectSet rendering

ObjectSet display with one object defined as the display origin

Videos

Video Tutorials

Note: The Video Tutorials are compressed to reduce their size. Although the compression method that is used provides the best image quality over compression ratio, the image rendering can be degraded.

The Video Tutorials show how to use the 3D Image Display Extension while the images above show the quality of the image rendering modes in the 3D Image Display Extension.