• Tutorial: Frame-by-Frame Animation

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    One of the great features of Voxelent -besides being totally awesome!- is its capability and efficiency in rendering animated scenes. In this tutorial, we are gonna go through a simple example to demonstrate how you can create your own animation without breaking a sweat! First and foremost, you need to a) setup the view,...

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  • Tutorial: Colour look-up tables

    Painting your scalar datasets is dead simple in Voxelent. That means your model has scalar values and you’d like to map it into RGB colour specification. All you need to do is to call vxl.api.loadLUTS() to set the directory to where your colour tables are located and then set the look-up table accordingly using...

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  • Tutorial: How to visualize medical surfaces (VTK)

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    In this tutorial you will learn how to visualize medical surfaces using Voxelent. Many medical applications involve 3D visualization of patient data to assist physicians in performing diagnosis, pre-operative planning, or even training. Recent advances in both hardware and software technologies opens new possibilities...

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  • Tutorial: How to convert medical models to JSON in 3 steps

    3D models are required to be in JSON format in order to be parsed by Voxelent. However, medical surfaces are often in VTK format (or can be easily converted to VTK format using free cross-platform applications such as ITK SNAP). Therefore, to visualize medical surfaces, the very first step is to convert your VTK model...

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