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18 steve jones

  1. 1. Using StereoScopic 3D Projection in Studying Muscle Anatomy Steven J. Jones, Aaron Hosier, Vishal Singh University of Nebraska Lincoln, NE
  2. 2. Golden Era of 3D- 1950’s
  3. 3. Anaglyph 3D (red & blue lenses)
  4. 4. 3D Rennaissance - Theaters 3D Theaters- IMAX 3D, REAL D 3D, Dolby 3D, and XpanD 4,000 3D Theaters in the USA Passive 3D
  5. 5. Going to the Movies Alice in Wonderland Toy Story II Avatar
  6. 6. Passive 3D- Polarized Glasses
  7. 7. June 11, 2010http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/news/story?id=4796555
  8. 8. Active 3D- LCD Shutter Glasses
  9. 9. CT-Scan Carcass scanned at several mm increments
  10. 10. 3D-Doctor Muscles and bones outlined
  11. 11. 3D-Doctor (continued) Surface Renderings of individual muscles and bones exported in DXF format
  12. 12. Photography Photographs taken of real muscles from various angles
  13. 13. Lightwave 3D Import DXF format muscles and bones
  14. 14. Lightwave 3D (continued) Re-assemble carcass and smoothen geometry
  15. 15. Lightwave 3D (continued) Use photographs of real muscles to UV map textures onto 3D geometry
  16. 16. Lightwave 3D (continued) Make 3D animations and render
  17. 17. The Bovine 3D Program
  18. 18. The Beef Carcass
  19. 19. Selecting a Muscle
  20. 20. Selected Muscle
  21. 21. Muscle Data
  22. 22. Individual Muscle
  23. 23. Beef Skeleton
  24. 24. Muscle Properties
  25. 25. Pork Carcass
  26. 26. Questions?

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