[vtkusers] How to improve medical volume render?

Alvaro Sanchez alvaro.sanchez at kitware.com
Fri Nov 18 10:10:08 EST 2016

If you built VTK with the OpenGL2 backend and you are using GPU ray cast
mapper, you could enable jittering by calling  UseJitteringOn().  This
should reduce the aliasing effects you are seeing.


On Fri, Nov 18, 2016 at 2:59 AM, wangtaoiz <wangtao_ at sjtu.edu.cn> wrote:

> <http://vtk.1045678.n5.nabble.com/file/n5741220/20161118154850.png>
> Can anybody give me some advises to improve the volume render effect of my
> medical image data? How can I remove the "isolines" on skin to make it
> looks
> smooth? I have tried SetSampleDistance(), small distance can improve it but
> make the rendering time too long, is there any other good way to make it
> more beautiful?
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Alvaro Sanchez
Kitware, Inc.
Senior R&D Engineer
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