Medical imaging: A journey inside the human body with Cinematic VRT

The Cinematic Volume Rendering Technique, or Cinematic VRT, is a research visualisation technology that enables 3D photo-realistic images to be produced of the human body and marks a quantum leap in terms of 3D medical imaging. The question is how this technology came to be developed. It all began with the idea of utilising the …   Read More

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The Cinematic Volume Rendering Technique, or Cinematic VRT, is a research visualisation technology that enables 3D photo-realistic images to be produced of the human body and marks a quantum leap in terms of 3D medical imaging. The question is how this technology came to be developed.

It all began with the idea of utilising the effects that have become run-of-the-mill in the film industry for producing realistic-looking computer animations. Klaus Engel, who carries out research into imaging technologies at Siemens Healthineers, even had an exact figure in mind: Gollum, from the blockbuster movie The Lord…

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