[vtkusers] CO-PLANAR CONTOURS AND SURFACE GENERATION
lasso at queensu.ca
Fri Jun 17 03:32:04 EDT 2016
Some heuristics is needed to decide which contour to connect/terminate/branch.
You might give a try to the DICOM-RT importer in 3D Slicer’s SlicerRT extension (www.slicerrt.org). It manages branching, smooth end-capping, etc. If it works for you then you can either use it as is or just have a look at the source code and use it in your own software (the planar contour to closed surface converter only requires VTK).
From: Paul Kibet Korir<mailto:pkorir at ebi.ac.uk>
Sent: June 16, 2016 12:53
To: VTK Users<mailto:vtkusers at vtk.org>
Subject: [vtkusers] CO-PLANAR CONTOURS AND SURFACE GENERATION
Hi VTK Users,
I'm currently using vtkRuledSurfaceFilter to convert a sequence of contours into a surface. The problem is that if two contours happen to be on the same plane the surface filter will join them resulting in artefacts.
Any suggestions on how to deal with this?
With kind regards,
Dr. Paul K Korir, PhD
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