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    • Advanced Applications of Volume Visualization Methods in Medicine 

      Sakas, Georgios; Pommert, Andreas (Eurographics Association, 1997)
      Tomographicmedical imaging techniques have become more popular in recent years. The wide availability of CT,MRI and Ultrasound inmost large hospitals results in a rapidly increasing number of examinations with these devices. ...
    • Building Telepresence Systems: TranslatingScience Fiction into Reality 

      Fuchs, H. (Eurographics Association, 1997)
    • Developing and Publishing High-Quality Electronic Documents on CD-ROM 

      Cunningham, Steve (Eurographics Association, 1997)
      Electronic publishing is the enterprise of producing content in electronic form that can be delivered by electronic media. These notes explore the opportunities and challenges in this kind of publishing and help the reader ...
    • Digital Publishing 

      Fellner, Dieter W. (Eurographics Association, 1997)
      This presentation covers the general topic of ‘Digital Publishing’ in the context of - the German MEDOC Project and - the German Strategic Digital Library Initiative V3D2 and, more specifically, - in the context of organizing ...
    • Digital Publishing - Data Handling 

      MacIntyre, Ross (Eurographics Association, 1997)
      SuperJournal is a research project aiming to identify what factors will make electronic journals successful and why. The project brings together some 20 society, university press and commercial publishers, who are providing ...
    • Finally Everyone Can Work with Highly Complex3D models 

      Rossignac, J. (Eurographics Association, 1997)
    • Introduction to VRML 97 

      Nadeau, David (Eurographics Association, 1997)
      VRML (the Virtual Reality Modeling Language) has emerged as the de facto standard for describing 3-D shapes and scenery on the World Wide Web. VRML’s technology has very broad applicability, including web-based entertainment, ...
    • Java APIs 

      Chaumette, Serge; Miniussi, Alain (Eurographics Association, 1997)
    • A Million Polygons, a Million Pixels:Which is Heavier? 

      Sillion, F. (Eurographics Association, 1997)
    • Non-manifold and special purpose modelling 

      Stroud, Ian (Eurographics Association, 1997)
    • On the Computational Requirements of Virtual Reality Systems 

      Dévai, Frank (Eurographics Association, 1997)
      The computational requirements of high-quality, real-time rendering exceeds the limits of generally available computing power. However illumination effects, except shadows, are less noticeable on moving pictures. Shadows ...
    • Photo-Realistic Rendering - Recent Trends and Developments 

      Slusallek, Philipp (Eurographics Association, 1997)
      Since the beginning of computer graphics, one of the primary goals has been to create convincingly realistic images of three-dimensional environments that would be impossible to distinguish from photographs of the real ...
    • Simplification and Compression of 3D Scenes 

      Rossignac, Jarek (Eurographics Association, 1997)
      The geometric complexity of 3D models used in scientific, industrial, medical, or military applications significantly exceeds the complexity of what can be rapidly downloaded over the internet and of what can be displayed ...
    • Simplification, LOD and MultiresolutionPrinciples and Applications 

      Puppo, Enrico; Scopigno, Roberto (Eurographics Association, 1997)
      These tutorial notes provide an introduction, review, and discussion of the state-of-the-art on simplification methods, Level Of Detail, and multiresolution models for surface meshes, and of their applications. The problem ...
    • Virtual Spaces - VR Projection System Technologies and Applications 

      Dai, P.; Eckel, G.; Göbel, M.; Hasenbrink, F.; Lalioti, V.; Lechner, U.; Strassner, J.; Tramberend, H.; Wesche, G. (Eurographics Association, 1997)
      The motivation for providing multi-sensorial interfaces for human-machine interaction is rooted in the nature of human perception and cognition, which use several sensory channels at the time to construct what is generally ...
    • Web Design - New design for web sites in a commercial context 

      Barfield, Lon (Eurographics Association, 1997)
      The web is a completely new medium and is rapidly taking its place alongside existing media such as television, telephone, CD-ROMS, etc. Any new media requires a new approach to design. How do the advances in the web compare ...