During EuroVis 2012, we put a preprint of an upcoming Springer book chapter, titled From individual to population: Challenges in Medical Visualization by Charl P. Botha, Bernhard Preim, Arie Kaufman, Shigeo Takahashi and Anders Ynnerman, on arXiv. To our delighted surprise, the paper was featured two days later both on Gizmodo, titling their post This Is the Future of Medical Imaging, and also on the MIT Technology Review, with a rather complete paper summary titled The Future of Medical Visualisation! This led to a whole slew of other sites also mentioning this work.
In any case, we hope you enjoy reading the preprint, a very compact summary of Medical Visualization developments of the past 30 years and a hint of what the coming decade holds, as much as we enjoyed writing it!
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