Rendering volumes on the web with x3dom

x3dom now supports rendering of volumes on the web.

I had a go at rendering a chest CT volume with airway segmentation.

Screenshot of the 3d rendering

The link below is the full 3d rendering:

Give the page a minute or so to load the volume and then click and drag to rotate the volume around. Will only work with recent versions of Firefox, Chrome, Safari or Opera browsers. IE is not supported.

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