lockdown – slicer

Trying out the open source 3D Slicer software that Niina showed us. It’s for generating 3D models from MRI or CT scans. The software allows us to define areas from greyscale imagery to be turned into 3D forms. Today we’ve tried it out on non-medical images, experimenting with giving 3D form to other kinds of data– in this test: audio volume and frequency from voice recording.

3D slicer interface

It would be good to look at other data sources than this test audio visualisation.

— What data? What parallel or  colliding or expanding fields / stories / processes could we use?

— What 3D form might be computationally generated / grown from our data?

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