Masters Degree Show 2018

Traversing into Sparse Voxel Octrees

Sparse Voxel Octrees are commonly used for efficiently storing voxelized data in both medical imaging and games. In this paper, we research into efficient ways to store these
large datasets after their creation. After researching into the history of voxelization, we
then look into the applications of Sparse Voxel Octrees and attempt to further enhance
the storage capabilities of binary voxels using common compression methods. Created by MsC student Giles Penfold.
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