Visualizing kidneys

Dec. 1, 1996
Sometimes, the only way to identify objects of interest is in three dimensions. That`s the case at the Sapporo Medical University School of Medicine (Sapporo, Japan), where researchers are investigating genetic kidney disease. To do so, images of renal structures must be visualized in three-dimensions so that tubules within them can be studied. On this comprehensive site, Youhei Ohkawa describes the hardware and software used to build a system capable of rendering three-dimensional microscopic i

Visualizing kidneys

http://sapmed.ac.jp/~ohkawa/cgsympo94/cgsympo94.html

Sometimes, the only way to identify objects of interest is in three dimensions. That`s the case at the Sapporo Medical University School of Medicine (Sapporo, Japan), where researchers are investigating genetic kidney disease. To do so, images of renal structures must be visualized in three-dimensions so that tubules within them can be studied. On this comprehensive site, Youhei Ohkawa describes the hardware and software used to build a system capable of rendering three-dimensional microscopic images.

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