Digital Anatomy, Page 57

Side view of a skull depicting brain and frontal skeletal structure.

The volumetric rendering of the human head is capable of depicting deep as well as surface structures. This three-dimensional view was reconstructed from two-dimensional Magnetic Resonance Imaging data acquired from a living person. Conventional computers require several seconds to several hours to compute a single three-dimensional view; advanced architecture machines developed under HPCC will allow such images to be rotated, “dissected,” and viewed from any angle under real-tie control.

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