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The Dynamic Scene Generator

Overview

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The Dynamic Scene Generator is a web-based system for rendering detailed models of anatomy. Using a web interface, clients send scene manipulation requests to the DSG server, which returns snapshots of the rendered results. A comprehensive knowledge base of anatomy guides the DSG server, helping it to decide which models to include and how to display them. This design enables dynamic and intelligent interaction with 3-D anatomical models, even for clients with limited computing power and bandwidth.

The Dynamic Scene Generator has been developed by Ben Wong, Evan Albright, Kevin Hinshaw, Cornelius Rosse, and Jim Brinkley.

Demos

See the DSG demo page.

Publications

See the SIG Dynamic Scene Generator publications.

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Last modified: Mon Nov 18 12:48:53 PST 2002 by Kevin Hinshaw (khinshaw@u.washington.edu)