Computational Visualization of 4D Cardiac Flow

Tue, 03/01/2011 - 10:30am

Dr. Robert Herfkens, MD, director of radiology at Stanford University, demonstrates how the new Quadro solutions can be used take MRI data from a heart patient, create vascular volumes and surfaces in 3D, then simulate and visualize the cardiac blood flow in real-time. Harnessing Quadro features such as large graphics memory, the combination of CUDA parallel computing with OpenGL graphics, and 3D stereoscopic display, this collaborative effort between NVIDIA, Stanford and Cyberheart offers non-invasive and interactive insights to abnormal blood flow patterns, enabling faster diagnosis.

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