Interactive Scientific Visualization of High-resolution Brain Imagery Over Networked Tiled Display
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In this paper, we discuss our on-going efforts for an interactive scientific visualization of high-resolution brain imagery over networked tiled display. It targets to visualize a brain in both 2D and 3D. It also supports multiple highresolution displays of brain images by integrating networked tiled display while providing interactive control of display resolution and view direction. In order to construct an appropriate visualization system for brain imaging researches, we study and compare existing visualization systems using a networked tiled display. Based on this comparison, we integrate visualization features on our brain visualization system. Finally, to verify the usefulness of the proposed approach, an initial implementation of EIT brain image visualization is being made.
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