[slicer-users] Marching Cubes Algorithm

Madan Rao rao.lms at gmail.com
Thu Sep 30 04:08:11 EDT 2010

Sorry, I meant the following reference:


It refers the paper you are reading.

AM Mohan Rao

On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 10:04 AM, Madan Rao <rao.lms at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> There was a paper which describes segmentation of ventricles using
> constrained gaussian mixture models (by an Israeli group).
> I am not sure whether it is useful for you but it is available online.
> Hope this helps.
> AM Mohan Rao
> On Tue, Sep 28, 2010 at 10:39 PM, John Drozd <john.drozd at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I am developing a fully automated segmentation algorithm for the lateral
>> ventricles using MRI images from the ADNI databases and ITK. I develop label
>> maps in ITK and use 3D Slicer's Model Maker Module to render the surfaces of
>> my segmentations of the lateral ventricles and their posterior and temporal
>> horns which are sometimes disconnected from the main body of the ventricles.
>> I understand that the Model Maker Module uses a Marching Cubes algorithm
>> to construct the surface. I am currently reading Bill Lorensen's and Harvey
>> Cline's ACM paper, ("Marching Cubes: A High Resolution 3D Surface
>> Construction Algorithm", Computer Graphics, Volume 21, Number 4, July 1987),
>> and would be interested in developing renderings of my segmentation within
>> ITK and VTK automatically without having to interactively load them into 3D
>> Slicer.  This would be advantageous since my algorithm is fully automatic
>> and non-interactive.  Is their any example ITK or VTK code that someone
>> could refer me to.  I also have a mesh in my algorithm which Luis provided
>> me some references for rendering my deformable mesh over iterations.
>> Thank you,
>> John
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