three-dimensional imaging

three-dimensional imaging

An MRI term for a specialised imaging technique in which a computer processes individual slice acquisitions to produce a three-dimensional (length, width, height) image.
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Bringing three-dimensional imaging to the point where patient care is provided whether on the playing field or at the physician's office has many benefits.
Electrical engineers and computer scientists predict that three-dimensional imaging will soon become common on fourth-generation communications systems, and will seriously challenge the computing capacity of endpoint devices because three-dimensional images require many times the data as two-dimensional ones.
Potential Applications of the Three-Dimensional Imaging System
In addition, whereas existing display technologies use high-resolution to give the illusion of 3D while actually displaying a 2D image, its development enables three-dimensional imaging which includes a representation of depth as well as amplitude information.
Three-dimensional imaging using map text software has defined possible targets and now the hunt is on to find two other exploration geologists to progress the project further.
the Japanese software developer said to have technological advantages in the three-dimensional imaging field.
The workup included three-dimensional imaging, arteriography, and embolization to control bleeding.
Utilizing its patented three-dimensional imaging technology, Synthonics will give computer users a broad and varied look at the vast Washington archives of history, art, culture and science, seen by a record 30 million in-person visitors in 1997.
Bioptigen systems offer non-invasive three-dimensional imaging of the retina and anterior surfaces of the eye fifty times faster than previous generation technologies, with axial resolution below six micrometers.
Instead of making a major incision and sawing through the breastbone and rib cage, a process that inevitably adds to a patient's recovery time, surgeons using Heartport's technique make a small incision in the chest and use special instruments - guided by three-dimensional imaging - to repair damaged hearts.
As presented at the RSNA tradeshow and illustrated in the article, Imaging3's Dominion fills a yawning gap in the market's need for real-time, three-dimensional imaging in the operating room.
Levoy's team is one of the top groups in the country working in this area, said Chris Johnson, a computer science professor at the University of Utah, which is renowned for its three-dimensional imaging work.

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