Hi to everyone,

I’m trying to implement a 3D rotation of a volume considering the rotation as a sum of 2d rotation along each direction. I think it’s simpler than considering a custom 3 rotation, also because I have 2d bilinear interpolation for free .

The idea is to load the volume entirely into GPU memory , and use an algorithm that is very similar to the one found into SDK (it’s called simple texture), loading each slice one by one in a texture and obtain the new image interpolated directly by texture fetching from the old one. I’ve already overcome to some initial problems, like the conversion from unsigned short int format of the volume to float (necessary for bilinear interpolation), but I can’t implement the rotation. What I obtain is an image that seems to be rotated, but It’s full of NaN.I think that it could be derived from the choice of block and grid dimensions, I also tried to pad the volume to a dimension that is power of 2, but nothing better happens…

Anyone could have some kind of an Idea?

I’ll really appreciate it.

Thanks for you help,

Davide