Slide background EXPLODED VIEWS FOR MEDICAL IMAGE VISUALIZATION Exploded views have been used to give technicians and consumers detailed assembly
instructions which simplify assembly of complex products.

Exploded views can also convey the shapes and spatial relations between structures
in medical images.
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Slide background ALLOMETRIC SCALING FOR CHARACTER DESIGN ‘Allometric change’ or ‘differential scalin g’ occurs when the proportions of an organism
adjust in response to changes in size or other parameters.

By mathematically modeling this process we can automatically create
new character meshes at various scales.
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Slide background SPARSE NON-NEGATIVE MATRIX FACTORIZATION FOR MESH SEGMENTATION Slider Image Non-negative matrix factorization is a mathematical technique which can create an intuitive decomposition
of a shape into its parts. The decomposition can be used for animation, rendering, object recognition
and shape matching.
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Slide background LINE INTEGRAL CONVOLUTION FOR NEURONAL VISUALIZATION Slider Image The computer graphics technique known as line integral convolution can reveal patterns of connectivity
in the white matter of the human brain.
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Slide background VOLUME VISUALIZATION Slider Image The process of volume visualization permits doctors, scientists and engineers to see details within 3-dimensional datasets,
such as MRI and combustion simulations.
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Slide background SCIENTIFIC VISUALIZATION IN VIRTUAL REALITY Slider Image Immersive visualization and motion-tracked controllers allow a user to explore and interact with data in ways
not previously possible.
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Slide background NEURONAL CONNECTIVITY MAPPING ON THE GPU Slider Image Graphics processing units (GPUs) anable not only fast rendering, but also data analysis, such as determining patterns
of connectivity within the human brain.
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Slide background GLITCH STYLE VISUALIZATION OF DISRUPTED NEURONAL CONNECTIVITY IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE Slider Image Glitch art is inspired by errors that can occur during electronic transmission or storage of images.
In this project glitch effects were used to emphasize areas of disrupted connectivity in the brain due to Parkinson’s disease.
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Slide background DIFFUSION TENSOR IMAGING Slider Image Diffusion tensor MRI can indirectly reveal white matter pathways in the human brain which can be used to assess traumatic injury and diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, Alzhemier’s disease and multiple sclerosis.

The 4th order tensor glyphs (left) represent the probability of various fiber orientations.
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