Again, as possible inspiration. I like tying ideas together to “systems in use”. and is a good way to broaden perspective.

For inspiration, consider looking at Vaa3D – a nice imagining tool (based upon ImageJ I believe) used for rendering medical things – brain scans, xrays and such.

I’ve played around with it a little. I mention this because it is a *different* view of virtual reality, one that’s being used in the biomedical field and while it may or may not be able to generate files you can use [although I think ImageJ can product OBJ files and the like and there’s all interoperable), it might help to look at the tools used by analysts supporting $250,000/yr doctors actually performing surgeries and such.

The tools seem basic, but as you poke around, you can see an AMAZING AMOUNT of ways you can view an image or stack of images, or raw data even. I like that it’s an “in use system” and it demands accuracy due to its nature.

Again, as possible inspiration. I like tying ideas together to “systems in use”. and is a good way to broaden perspective.

Besides, being able to draw a skeleton on an image and then manipulate it is pretty cool.

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