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I was wondering is there a way to access the current volume name from the position co-ordinate? I have a track going through a tracker and I would like to project them on one of the faces of the tracker which is divided into 2mmx2mm sections. Now from these projected co-ordinates I want to access which section was hit. Can someone please help me with this? I am not sure if I can use the readout geometry method as the tracks are not actually going through the sections but are projected on it. So I was thinking if I have the position co-ordinates of the projections can I access which volume this point lies in?
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