Geometry data can be calculated from CT data  by defining isosurfaces. In some cases the total object has been measured in several parts, or the object has been divided by image processing in independent new parts. In rejoining or rearranging these parts in virtual space a control of the positioning is desirable. Therefore we set up an image processing module (implemented for use with AVS  software) which uses the displacement vector of the geometries to generate a joined CT data set from the original ones.
Publication Source: International Symposium on Computerized Tomography for Industrial Applications and Image Processing in Radiology March, 15 - 17, 1999 Berlin, Germany. Proceedings BB 67-CD. Publisher:DGZfP - German Society of Non-Destructive Testing