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  5. INFORMATION FLOWS IN THE "THREE-DIMENSIONAL MEDICAL ATLAS" COMPLEX

INFORMATION FLOWS IN THE "THREE-DIMENSIONAL MEDICAL ATLAS" COMPLEX

V.R. Roganov, A.V. Semochkin
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Advances in hardware and software systems currently allow you to create multimedia tutorials of new type, supplying simultaneous reception of text and audioinformation in multiple languages with visualization of the training material. Thus, recently it has become possible to obtain not only two-dimensional images, including two-dimensional projection of the three-dimensional object imaging, but also three-dimensional models of the objects reproduced using 3D-indicator systems. In the last case, the most commonly used two-channel simulation system visually observed three-dimensional images with disparity points. Experiments carried out under the guidance of V.R. Roganov shown that in some cases, three-dimensional visual simulation of the observed image for training appropriate to use glasses-free 3D-indckators using mirror collimators with a " narrow" pupil (per observer) or "broad " pupil (by a group of observers). This approach, in particular, has been applied in the development of optical hardware-software complex "Three-dimensional medical atlas". The article describes the basic principles of creating such a complex.
Keywords: Three-dimensional medical atlas, 3D-indicator , database , training center, training system information