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Pittsburgh Super Computing Center Volume Browser    Back to Projects Page


The Pittsburgh Browser was originally designed as a tool for segmenting the structures of the VH Datasets. This application is now being used in the curriculum of the University of Michigan Medical School. The browser displays arbitrary slices and models of the VH Female, the creation of segmentation curves, and the display of 3D wire frame models. The VB Browser is also used to store bookmarks of various structures in the body for easy navigation through the Visible Human Dataset. The software runs on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and Unix.

Authors: Art Wetzel and Stu Pomerantz

See a demo movie of the PSC Volume Browser
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