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Welcome to PF.

Like all tough questions, someone somewhere has asked it before:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13852643/3d-model-in-matlab [Broken]

Like all tough questions, someone somewhere has asked it before:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13852643/3d-model-in-matlab [Broken]

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i knew there would be some giants who had some vacant shouldersWelcome to PF.

Like all tough questions, someone somewhere has asked it before:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13852643/3d-model-in-matlab [Broken]

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http://www.dspguide.com/ch25/5.htm

Looking at amazon.com for that title turns up that book and what looks like lots of other closely related books that look fascinating.

Or Google

tomography fourier

and look for the simplest mathematica description of what is behind this. Then you can consider Matlab implementation.

I've thought for a long time that it would be possible to build hands-on interactive science museum demo that used light beams and semitransparent objects placed on a rotating table to let people really understand what was behind tomography. Someone should do that.

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