Sonification of phantom image volume
mediaposted on 25.10.2016 by Aprameya Mysore, Andreas Velten, Kevin W. Eliceiri
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In this movie two volumes are shown: on the left is the phantom image volume overlaid with the hyperspectral false color image and on the right is the same phantom volume without the false color overlay. The channels of the right volume are scrolled to visually show the different characteristics of each channel, then the left volume is sonified. While the false color overlay appears homogeneous across the left volume, the sonification reveals the heterogeneous spectral content throughout the image.