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Figure 2: The process of image data acquisition for stereoscopic imaging. (a) The image data from 50 directions around an aneurysm were collected while rotating the viewing angle by 7.2°. (b) A part of the image data obtained from the rotation trajectory is shown. (c) First, the rotation trajectory that was most suitable for observing an aneurysm was set (1). Then, the rotation trajectory was tilted 10° up (2) and down (3), and data were collected similarly. When image data from other directions were needed, rotation trajectories for further observation were added (5-8)

Figure 2: The process of image data acquisition for stereoscopic imaging. (a) The image data from 50 directions around an aneurysm were collected while rotating the viewing angle by 7.2°. (b) A part of the image data obtained from the rotation trajectory is shown. (c) First, the rotation trajectory that was most suitable for observing an aneurysm was set (1). Then, the rotation trajectory was tilted 10° up (2) and down (3), and data were collected similarly. When image data from other directions were needed, rotation trajectories for further observation were added (5-8)