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volume rendering transfer function adjustment

Levi Max
hello,everyone
  i have some doubts about transfer function adjustment in volume rendering. i employ 1D piece-wise linearly
TF. i can get some kidney result similar to GE's. however, when trying to get heart rendering results, i cannot get a result like GE or SIMENS dose, either losing ventricle part or misty result with no surface feeling.
  what can i do to enhance my result? need your help.
Thank U 


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Re: volume rendering transfer function adjustment

Sonia Pujol
Hello,

The ‘Shift’ command in the Volume Rendering module can be used to adjust the TF. 

You may find an example on how to use it in the "3D Visualization of DICOM images for Radiological application” tutorial.


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Sonia



On 10 Dec 2016, at 08:02 am, Levi Max <[hidden email]> wrote:

hello,everyone
  i have some doubts about transfer function adjustment in volume rendering. i employ 1D piece-wise linearly
TF. i can get some kidney result similar to GE's. however, when trying to get heart rendering results, i cannot get a result like GE or SIMENS dose, either losing ventricle part or misty result with no surface feeling.
  what can i do to enhance my result? need your help.
Thank U 

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