• Dragging and Dropping VTK files on Voxelent (updated)

    Hello! Kamyar and I are working on a new feature for Voxelent. This is, we want to be able to drag and drop VTK files on a voxelent scene. The code is rather simple but tedious as we need to do on-the-fly parsing. The drag and drop mechanism is built in the current browsers thanks

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  • Intro to Voxelent

    The following google docs presentation (please wait a second while it loads) shows some of the basic architectural components that make part of Voxelent. The presentation covers Scenes, Actors, Models, Cameras, Interaction and Animation. There have been some changes and upgrades since the date of the presentation. Nonetheless...

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  • Tutorial: Scene Toys

    bounding box demo

    Each Voxelent scene has some special actors that allows us to orient ourselves. These actors are: Bounding Box: it is a rectangular prism that encloses all the objects in the scene. Axis: tells us where the center of the scene is Floor: tells us where up and down is in the scene

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  • Working on the tutorials

    Hello friends, We are working on new tutorials showing all the amazing features that Voxelent has to offer. Next week we will have:   How to perform frame-to-frame animation using the vxlFrameAnimation class Understanding Lookup Tables and how we can use them to display our scalar data Scene Toys: bounding box, floor...

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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)

    DTI_Tracks_Voxelent

    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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  • WebGL Beginner’s Guide is published!

    The WebGL Beginner’s guide, the book that I have been working on for the last year is now published! I would like to thank to all the people who were involved in this project, starting with Brandon Jones

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  • Tutorial: Loading Models

    In this tutorial you will learn about the mechanisms that you can use to load models in Voxelent.

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  • Back to business!

    There are a lot of exciting updates this spring. The first one is that I am in the review stages of the manuscript for the book WebGL Beginner’s Guide. This has kept me awake long nights and I am looking forward to its publication this year. Having finished the bulk work on the book, I

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