“Illustrative Visualization for Medicine and Science” by Andrews, Bruckner, Gooch, Stredney, Svakhine, et al. …

  • ©Bill Andrews, Stefan Bruckner, Bruce Gooch, Don Stredney, Nikolai Svakhine, and Ivan Viola



Entry Number: 06


    Illustrative Visualization for Medicine and Science

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    Required: intermediate knowledge of 3D computer graphics and scientific visualization algorithms. Programming experience using a 3D library for interactive graphics and some awareness of existing NPR techniques may be helpful. Not required: prior knowledge of or background in artistic techniques, traditional scientific illustration, or perceptual psychology.

    Intended Audience
    Researchers and practitioners interested in non-photorealistic and illustrative rendering, visualizing and managing scientific data, and/or interactive medical and scientific applications of computer graphics.

    Research and recent development in computer-generated illustration techniques within non-photorealistic rendering. The course concentrates specifically on illustration methods for computer-generated technical, scientific, medical, and interactive illustrations of both surface and volumetric data. It also presents the perspective of two medical illustrators on computerized illustration.


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