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Volumetric Rendering of cylinder symmetric radial image
I would like to render a cylinder symmetric radial cross-section with Image3D. As an example one could use the propagation of a Bessel Beam through a Lens: Here the cylinder axis is the bottom of ...
Jun 21 '13 at 7:06
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