List of Figures

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Figure 1-1. Volumetric Rendering
Figure 1-2. OpenGL Volumizer in Relation to Other Graphics APIs
Figure 2-1. Geometric Primitives
Figure 2-2. Abstract Data Set
Figure 2-3. Colored Cubes
Figure 2-4. Similarities Between Two- and Three-Dimensional Shapes
Figure 2-5. Volume Deformation
Figure 2-6. Jaw Modeled as a Separate Part
Figure 2-7. Per-part Properties.
Figure 2-8. Finely Tessellated Shape
Figure 2-9. Tetrahedral Decomposition of Cubic Geometry
Figure 2-10. Tessellation of Spherical Geometry
Figure 2-11. Volumetric Primitives
Figure 2-12. Processing Order
Figure 2-13. Volume Rendering as Texture Mapping
Figure 2-14. Ray Casting Processing order
Figure 2-15. Volume Slicing
Figure 2-16. Non Uniform Interpolation
Figure 2-17. Brick Set
Figure 2-18. Data Replication for Two-dimensional Texturing
Figure 2-19. Brick Overlap
Figure 2-20. Bricks Overlapping
Figure 2-21. Polygonal Slices of a Tetrahedron
Figure 2-22. Face Sets Spanning Two Bricks Stacked Vertically
Figure 3-1. Five Tetrahedra Defining a Cube
Figure 3-2. Indexed Vertices
Figure 3-3. voFaceSets
Figure 3-4. Sampling Surface
Figure 3-5. A Volume Polygonized Using VIEWPORT_ALIGNED and AXIS_ALIGNED Sampling
Figure 3-6. Sampling Spaces
Figure 3-7. Increasing Sampling Rate
Figure 5-1. Volumizer Class Hierarchy Divided By Function
Figure 6-1. Indexed Face Sets
Figure 6-2. Arbitrarily Shaped VOI
Figure 6-3. Geometric (Sunglasses) and Volumetric Objects Rendered Together
Figure 6-4. Overlapping Volumes
Figure 6-5. Merging Multiple Volumes
Figure 6-6. MPR with Two-Dimensional Texture Mapping
Figure 6-7. MPR Bands
Figure 6-8. Shading Off and On
Figure 6-9. Volume of Interest
Figure 7-1. Data Formats
Figure 7-2. Voxel Coordinates
Figure 8-1. Polygonization of a Single Tetrahedron.
Figure A-1. voglSpaceLeap: Space Leaping Example
Figure A-2. voglSphere: A Spherical Region of Interest
Figure A-3. voglPick: Voxel Picking Example
Figure A-4. voglMirror: A Muti-pass Reflection Algorithm on a Heterogeneous Scene
Figure A-5. Clipping Volumes to Arbitrary Surfaces
Figure A-6. Free-form Deformation of Volumes