What is Voxel?
A voxel is a three-dimensional pixel, and just like regular pixels, voxels can be used to create digital images. However, unlike regular two-dimensional pixels, voxels have depth, which means they can be used to create three-dimensional images.
Voxels are often used in 3D visualization applications such as medical imaging and computer graphics. In these applications, voxels can be used to represent real-world objects in a digital environment. For example, in medical imaging, voxels can be used to create digital models of patients’ bodies. In computer graphics, voxels can be used to create realistic three-dimensional images.