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Toward Application of Virtual Reality to Visualization of DT-MRI Volumes

Conference Article

Toward Application of Virtual Reality to Visualization of DT-MRI Volumes. Song Zhang, Cagatay Demiralp, Marco DaSilva, Daniel F. Keefe, David H. Laidlaw, Benjamin D. Greenberg, Peter J. Basser, Carlo Pierpaoli, E.A. Chiocca, T. S. Diesboeck. Proceedings of MICCAI (2001)

Abstract

We describe a virtual reality application for visualizing tensor-valued volume data acquired with diffusion tensor magnetic resonance imaging (DT-MRI). We have prototyped a virtual environment that displays geometric representations of the volumetric 2nd-order diffusion tensor data and are developing interaction and visualization techniques for two application areas: studying changes in white-matter structures after gamma-knife capsulotomy and pre-operative planning for brain tumor surgery.

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