Virtual anatomy and movement of lower extremities using virtual reality modeling language
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In medical imaging, the use of three-dimensional image is increasing for both educational and diagnostic purposes. With the advent of techniques for browsing a three-dimensional object, it became possible to display three-dimensional images on a personal computer via the Internet. This report describes the construction of a three-dimensional virtual model of human lower extremities that was linked with the data acquired from gait analysis in order to perform threedimensional gait analysis.
KeywordsGait Analysis Virtual Reality Modeling Language Virtual Reality Modeling Visible Human Project Virtual Anatomy
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