Software Screenshots

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A screenshot of the RSM3D framework, a module based application for reconstructing 3d datasets from very few X-ray images. The software framework allows registering radiographs from virtually arbitrary geometries into a single coordinate system. Basing on this information, the 3d structure is subsequently reconstructed from very few (here 3) 2d radiographs. The process is illustrated by means of three dry human skull radiographs.

Synchronised cutting planes through the volumetric dataset using a customized Coin3D clip plane manipulator.

Coin3D, SimVoleon and SoQt are used to navigate through the object space (zoom, rotate, translate), to view arbitrary slices and to manually create transfer functions, which are displayed in real-time.