When studying in Eindhoven it is difficult to overlook the influence Philips on the area, especially on the university itself. Hence, during one of many course projects, I decided to learn more about density data visualization as used in the Tomography and MRI scanners made by Philips Healthcare. Resulting was an application able to use different volume rendering techniques such as Maximum Intensity Projection (using ray casting) and Marching Cubes. Other functionalty includes tri-linear interpolation of density data, multithreading and transfer function (with opacity weighting).
This program requires the correct OpenGL libaries to be included, which are available for Windows (AMD64, i586), Linux (AMD64, i586), Mac OS X (PPC, Universal) and Solaris (AMD64, i586, SPARC, SPARC V9)