Volocity uses OpenGL API acceleration for high performance biomedial 3D imaging

Volocity for biomedical imaging uses new advanced algorithims and OpenGL API acceleration to provide high-speed, easy to use, interactive rendering of time resolved color 3D volumes. Volocity allows the user to visualize a 3D object and then observe and interact with it over time, providing scientists with a system to dynamically visualize both the structure and the purpose of biological structures.

Aug 02, 2004 | Category: Applications

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