Exploring the Connectome Petascale Volume Visualization of Microscopy Data Streams
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- Exploring the Connectome Petascale Volume Visualization of Microscopy Data Streams
- Beyer, Johanna; Hadwiger, Markus; Al-Awami, Ali; Jeong, Won-Ki; Kasthuri, Narayanan; Lichtman, Jeff W.; Pfister, Hanspeter
- High-resolution microscopy; High-Throughput Imaging; Interactive exploration; Interactive rates; Neural structures; neuroscience; Volume data; Volume visualization
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- IEEE COMPUTER SOC
- IEEE COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND APPLICATIONS, v.33, no.4, pp.50 - 61
- Recent advances in high-resolution microscopy let neuroscientists acquire neural-tissue volume data of extremely large sizes. However, the tremendous resolution and the high complexity of neural structures present big challenges to storage, processing, and visualization at interactive rates. A proposed system provides interactive exploration of petascale (petavoxel) volumes resulting from high-throughput electron microscopy data streams. The system can concurrently handle multiple volumes and can support the simultaneous visualization of high-resolution voxel segmentation data. Its visualization-driven design restricts most computations to a small subset of the data. It employs a multiresolution virtual-memory architecture for better scalability than previous approaches and for handling incomplete data. Researchers have employed it for a 1-teravoxel mouse cortex volume, of which several hundred axons and dendrites as well as synapses have been segmented and labeled.
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