SepHerbers

Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

User Interface for Realignment and Fusion of 3D Modalities

SEP by: Henning Herbers
Supervision by: Wolfgang Wein
Duration: 06/05 - 11/05

Abstract

For both visualization and navigation in three-dimensional modalities, the existing visualization means often turn out to be insufficient. In this project I am developing an advanced visualization system, which is based on a common 3-slice-view of a volume. The ability to define rigid transformations in this view, as well as fused visualization of two registered volumes will be integrated. These features will allow the particular application of the alignment of human heart CT data along the heart's major axis.

Task:

  • Develoment of advanced visualization system based on common 3-Slice view

Specific

Project based on Slice Visualization Interface developed in Medical Imaging & Visualization Lab Course SS 2004
  • Adapt Slice View to requirements
  • Integrate rigid transformations in the view
  • Particular: Alignment of human heart CT data along the heart's main axis
  • Integration into FLTK Widgets
  • Ability to display reference set of data, add fading slider
  • Feature for MPR-Thickness-Value and MIP-Mode
  • Transparency (Alpha-Blending, …)
  • Eventual volume rendering & 3D Texture Slice Rendering
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Resources

10.06.2005 Kickoff Presentation SEP-Kickoff.pdf,SEP-Kickoff.ppt
10.02.2006 Final Presentation SEP-Final.pdf,SEP-Final.ppt
27.02.2006 Elaboration FusionViewer.pdf

Literature

  1. Manuel D. Cerqueira, MD et al Standardized Myocardial Segmentation and Nomenclature for Tomographic Imaging of the Heart, A Statement for Healthcare Professionals From the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association (Circulation 2002;105:539-542), 2002 American Heart Association, Inc. MyocardialSegments.pdf:

Students.ProjectForm
Title: User Interface for Realignment and Fusion of 3D Modalities
Abstract: For both visualization and navigation in three-dimensional modalities, the existing visualization means often turn out to be insufficient. In this project, an advanced visualization system is to be developed, which is based on a common 3-slice-view of a volume. However, the ability to define rigid transformations in this view, as well as fused visualization of two registered volumes will be integrated. One particular application is the alignment of human heart CT data along the heart's major axis.
Student: Henning Herbers
Director: Nassir Navab
Supervisor: Wolfgang Wein
Type: SEP
Status: finished
Start: 2005/06/15
Finish: 2005/11/15


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