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Open Source Volume Rendering Engine

Voreen is an easy to use and highly flexible volume visualization library written entirely in C++. Through the use of GPU-based state-of-the-art volume rendering techniques it allows high frame rates on off-the-shelf graphics hardware to support interactive volume exploration.
 

Voreen - Volume Rendering Engine

Visualization

  • Direct volume rendering and isosurface shading
  • Support of different illumination models (phong shading, tone shading, ambient occlusion)
  • Interactive internal and external labeling
  • Non-photorealistic rendering techniques (sketch shading)
  • Glyph-based visualization of multimodal datasets (not yet publicly available)
  • Flexible combination of image processing operators (depth darkening, glow, chromadepth, edge detection)
  • Visualization of time-varying as well as segmented 3D datasets
  • Support of multiple views incorporating 2D and 3D visualization for an improved volume exploration
  • Stereoscopic rendering (autostereoscopic, shutter glasses) (not yet publicly available)
  • Different projection types (maximum intensity, minimum intensity, average intensity, x-ray rendering)
  • Tone mapping

Interaction

  • Easy point-and-click object identification
  • Color lookup table editor
  • Up to 6 axis aligned clipping planes
  • Arbitrarily oriented clipping plane
  • Volume cutting and deformation (not yet publicly available)
  • Distance measurements (not yet publicly available)
  • Lighting and material parameter modification

Data I/O

  • Support of different file formats (DICOM, RAW, interfile, Vevo, …)
  • Preprocessing capabilities (volume cropping, gradient calculation, downscaling, filtering)
  • High-resolution screenshot and camera animation generation with anti-aliasing
  • Python scripting for offline image processing and visualization


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