8:30 AM-9:15 AM
Chair: Andrew J. Worsey, Middle Tennessee State University
Room: Belle Meade
Isosurface techniques combined with innnovative scalar field generation provide powerful geometric modeling tools. Two basic concepts: slicing and clipping provide the basis for the tools. The speaker will describe real-world applications from medical, CAD, and scientific visualization. He will discuss removal envelopes, implicit modeling, fast slicing and clipping, and creating models from sensor data.
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