This scientific poster showcases summer research scholar project at

National Library of Medicine (NLM) , National Institute of Health (NIH)

and was exhibited at 2018 Summer Poster Day at NIH, Bethesda, MD, U.S.A 

Felix Donghwi Son.2018.NIH Summer Poster

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

This research was supported in part by an appointment to the National Library of Medicine Research Participation Program. This program is administered by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education through an interagency agreement between the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Institutes of Health.

 

NIH Research Scholar Project

3D Model Creation from

the Carnegie Human

Embryo Collection

STORY

DESCRIPTION

While an extensive variety of 3D imaging data is being produced by the medical and research communities, distribution is often limited to 2D images of 3D objects. This mode of distribution can present barriers to the communication and reuse of these valuable datasets. NLM3D, an open-source library of medical 3D models was created as a solution to bridge some of these barriers, beginning with the NLM Visible Human Project datasets. With the success of the Visible Human pilot datasets, the following work was designed to expand the NLM3D collection to include 3D models derived from scanned histological sections from the Carnegie human embryo collection. 

This project utilizes scanned histological sections of human embryos from the Carnegie Collection. The general principles of model creation remain the same as from other medical imaging formats, however, lower section resolution and distortion of the anatomy with tissue processing techniques presented unique challenges.

Year

Aug.2018

Author

Felix Donghwi Son

Content
Expert

Kristen Brown

Anne Altemus

National Library of Medicine,

National Institute of Health

Audience

Researchers in Health Science Community

Format

Print, Poster 

30" x 40"

Medium

3D Slicer

Pixologic Zbrush

Autodesk Maya

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Illustrator

MATERIAL

Histological Sections

01

Image

Registration

METHODS

Workflow for 3D Model Creation

02

Data

Segmentation

03

Model

Reconstruction

04

Refining &

Rendering

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