Interactive High-Quality Maximum Intensity Projection
Quality comparison of different MIP approaches
Influence of preprocessing tolerance on image quality
The MIP Applet should run on all Java 1.1 capable browsers.
As only a limited amount of memory is available for applets, loading of larger data sets may not be possible within a browser.
If you use windows, you can solve this problem by using
Sun's Java-plugin for Netscape
and the Internet Explorer (get it here).
This should eliminate the memory restrictions and provide higher frame
rates due to better performance of the external virtual machine.
You can also try it with an appletviewer from
the command line if both of the methods above fail:
appletviewer -J"-mx64m" http://www.cg.tuwien.ac.at/research/vis/vismed/CMIP/
note: if your browser uses an old or no just in time compiler (JIT) for java, the applet will NOT be interactive. A JIT usually speeds up the execution of java by a factor of 10.
Last modified: Fri Dec 17 14:39:51 MET 1999