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Transform your data sets into stunning visualizations and animations—only your RAM is your limit. The visualization and animation features of Volume Graphics software set the stage for you to present your findings to peers, decision makers, and the general public. Impress your audience in 3D and 2D with exploded views and animations.
Display aspects of your CT scan in informative 2D visuals. Volume Graphics software allows you to view 2D slices in arbitrary orientations and rotate them around a customizable axis. Create 2D views of combined consecutive slices, unrolled objects, and leveled freeform surfaces.
Render any number of data sets from different sources, such as CT, optical scanners, or CAD models, in one scene. Only your workstation's memory is the limit. Volume Graphics software supports voxel, point cloud, mesh (including textured meshes), and CAD data.
Photo-realistic illumination is applied to all objects, both volume and mesh data. Flexibly customize material appearance, light sources, and transparency as well as choose from a range of clipping features for a clearer glimpse into the object.
Show connected components in an exploded view. With the Object Exploder, this kind of industry-standard presentation is just a few clicks away.
Ambient occlusion gives 3D renderings in Volume Graphics applications more realistic shading and a feeling of depth. Without noticeable performance impact, the shading and rendering technique calculates how exposed to ambient lighting each point in a scene is. This provides realistic depth perception. It also improves the orientation in complex models and helps when visually inspecting and navigating in the 3D view. In computer graphics, this technology is known as Screen Space Ambient Occlusion (SSAO).
Create impressive animations of your volume data quickly and easily with Simple Keyframer. Just define a few keyframes and let the software do the rest—like camera movement and parameter blending in between. Or use Classic Keyframer to have full control over camera trajectories and timing.
To help viewers see the object orientation in your animation, indicate the exact position of the respective 2D slice in the 3D view—side-by-side or picture-in-picture.