Mathieu.Malaterre at creatis.insa-lyon.fr
Wed Apr 23 14:08:20 EDT 2003
the later is not lagrangian -> no shrinkage !
Marwan Adada wrote:
> Now I converted my 8bit buffer to a 16bit buffer and sliced it, then
> passed it to vtkVolume16Reader and then to marching cubes, and I got the
> volume. But my result is not smooth at all, I set the
> MarchingCube->ComputeNormalsOn(); and still the result is not smooth.
> Is there any filter I can use to smooth the resulting output from
> marching cubes??
> Thanks in advance
> P.S Thanks james;
>> From: James Dessart <james at rogue-research.com>
>> To: Marwan Adada <adada_marwan at hotmail.com>
>> CC: vtkusers at public.kitware.com
>> Subject: Re: [vtkusers] vtkMarchingCubes
>> Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2003 13:58:55 -0400 (EDT)
>> On Wed, 23 Apr 2003, Marwan Adada wrote:
>> > I have an 8 bit volume data (205x233x251) that I need to pass to
>> > vtkMarchingCubes. I tried using vtkImageReader but it seems not to
>> > with vtkMarchingCubes. I tried vtkImageData and still couldn't pass
>> it to
>> > vtkMarchingCubes. I know vtkVolume16Reader works with
>> vtkMarchingCubes, but
>> > my data 8bits not 16bits. I am wondering what vtk 8bit Readers does
>> > vtkMarchingCubes accepts, Any Ideas??
>> What you could try would be to read it in as 16-bit values, and run
>> marching cubes on that. The values would be between 0-255, as 8-bit
>> values generally are, but that shouldn't matter, if you specify your
>> threshold for marching cubes properly.
>> hope that helps,
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