It depends what you mean by "interactive plot" .
MATLAB offers the volumeViewer() app, which is interactive... but in some ways is rather limited. I would not use it for interactive volume reconstruction.
I have found that the File Exchange contribution video_fig can be very useful as a foundation for handling volumes. It is only 2D display, but can use the slices as "frames" for animation, and you can do 2D manipulations on each of the slices. It is often not what people were originally thinking of for 3D work, but it can often be customized to be useful.