In this demo we are showcasing the use of Intel® Xeon Phi™ processor, to do a 3D visualization of tumor in a human brain. This can help advance research in medical field by getting precise detection and removal of something like tumor in human brain.
Intel® Xeon Phi™ processor system with CentOS 7.2 Linux* (internet enabled)
Open a terminal, in your work area directory and follow the steps below:
mv SC_2016_BrainDemo/paraview_sc_demo.tgz paraview/
mv SC_2016_BrainDemo/ospray.tgz ospray/
tar –xzvf *.tgz
Select File/Load State
Missing OpenGL, install mesa for OpenGL
Sudo yum –y install mesa-libGL
Sudo yum –y install mesa-libGL-devel
libQtGui.so.4 error, install qt-x11 package
yum –y install qt-x11
Special thanks to Carson Brownlee and James Jeffers from Intel Corporation for all their contributions and support. Without their efforts, it wouldn’t have been possible to get this demo running.
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