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    Amazing Volume Rendering using Shear Warp Technique

    Amazing. An animated volume rendering of a mouse skull using the shear warp technique. In computer graphics, volume rendering is the process of creating a two-dimensional projection of a three-dimensional discretely sampled data set. This image uses a series of CT scans of the skull. Direct volume rendering is a computationally intensive task that may be performed in several ways:



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    That is just soooooo cool.

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