November 2019 - January 2020.
MRI, CT, and PET data visualized using 3D Slicer using direct volume rendering and indirect volume rendering.
Created as part of Master's course in Volumetric Visualisation at the School of Simulation and Visualisation, Glasgow School of Art.
Note: all data used is sample.
Pelvic fracture: pre- and post-surgery
Objective: To compare pelvic fracture pre-surgery with the results of the surgery.
Indirect volume rendering (iDVR) of pelvic fracture pre-surgery. Post-surgery pelvic rendered directly (DVR) with decreased opacity to show pins, segmented as iDVR.
Objective: To localize brain tumour and show it in its surrounding areas.
Aligned three datasets (MRI, CT, PET). Used iDVR of MRI to render the tumour, ventricles, and brain. Used DVR of CT to show the braincase.
Objective: To isolate and show the tumours within the lungs and determine their respective volumes.
iDVR of the lungs, trachea, and the tumours to localize them in the body. Carefully segmented since the isodensities of the tumours were closely related to surrounding structures.
Anatomy of a toothObjective: To show the internal structure of a tooth for educational purposes.
Used both iDVR and DVR to generate models of the tooth to show its internal structure and overlapping layers.