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With milk model, computer graphics spills into medicine

A new Jacobs School computer graphics model from computer science professor Henrik Wann Jensen is capable of generating realistic milk images based on fat and protein content. The model, which extends use of the Lorenz-Mie theory, will likely push the field of computer graphics into the realms of diagnostic medicine, food safety and atmospheric science, according to a new study published at SIGGRAPH 2007.

With milk model, computer graphics spills into medicine

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