A major imaging technique for the eye is the fundus camera, and images obtained from this camera are 2D in nature. 2D image of retina does not give a realistic effect .3D modelling of the retina helps the surgeons to design an appropriate treatment plan and procedures prior to actual retinal surgery. Fundus image is a 2D data and OCT give intraretinal layer information. Fusing the depth information of OCT in to the fundus image, requires OCT data in to it. We have illustrated an ellipsoid based method to generate 3D visualization of the retina to view retinal surface exactly as a 3D image.
J. Cheriyan, Narayankutty, K. A., and Dr. Hema Menon P., “Ellipsoid Based Method for Rotating the Human Retinal Fundus Image”, Journal of Asian Scientific Research, vol. 2, no. 5, pp. 307-309, 2012.