“Medical and Biological Applications of Computer Graphics”

  • ©Lowell Harris, Martin Kernberg, Steven Saliterman, Robert Sternberg, and Michael Vannier



Entry Number: 24


    Medical and Biological Applications of Computer Graphics

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    Who should attend?

    This course is ideal for anyone involved in the expanding use and development of computer graphics and imaging techniques in clinical medicine, laboratory science, illustration and research.

    Recommended background

    An interest in computer graphics and biomedical sciences is suggested.

    Course description

    A new feature for SIGGRAPH, this course will bring together the many accomplishments in the emerging field of medical and biological applications of computer graphics and imaging techniques. The course will address tomographic imaging, special three-dimensional display methods and devices, clinical applications, computer-aided manufacturing in medicine, new approaches to medical illustration, simulation and modeling.

Contributed By:

    Pete Segal

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