Volume visualization tools for medical applications in ubiquitous platforms

Tipo

Inproceedings

Fecha

2017-01-01

Autores

Ander Arbelaiz Aranzasti, Aitor Moreno Guerrero, Luis Kabongo, Alejandro García-Alonso

Libro

eHealth 360. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, LNICST

@Inproceedings{
author ={Ander Arbelaiz Aranzasti, Aitor Moreno Guerrero, Luis Kabongo, Alejandro García-Alonso},
title ={Volume visualization tools for medical applications in ubiquitous platforms},
booktitle ={eHealth 360. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, LNICST},
publisher ={Springer International Publishing},
editor ={Kostas Giokas, Laszlo Bokor, Frank Hopfgartner},
address ={Budapest, Hungary},
date ={2017-01-01},
year ={2017},
pages ={443-450},
volume ={181},
series ={Lecture No},
keys ={

Volume Rendering, Medical Imaging, DICOM, Visualization, X3DOM, Ubiquitous platforms

},
abstract ={

This paper presents three required functionality when volume datasets are aimed to be visualized in ubiquitous platforms: i) support of segmented volume datasets, ii) navigation inside the volume and iii) direct visualization of DICOM datasets. DICOM is the de-facto standard in the medical imaging field. The results shows that these functionalities can be achieved using the Volume Rendering component implemented in X3DOM in several web browsers in different platforms (from desktop computer to tablets and mobile phones).

},
ISSN ={1867-8211},
ISBN ={978-3-319-49654-2},
ISI ={Yes}
}