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Maximum Intensity Projection (MIP)

A maximum intensity projection (MIP) is a simple ray-tracing technique where the maximum intensity encountered along each ray is projected onto the screen.

A schematic overview of MIP rendering. The maximum intensities along rays originating in the view point are projected.
A schematic overview of MIP rendering. The maximum intensities along rays originating in the view point are projected.


A dedicated Mip Renderer is part of Huygens Essential and Huygens Professional.

See Volume Visualization for more information on other render tools, and Mip Renderer for example images.

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