three-dimensional imaging

three-dimensional imaging

An MRI term for a specialised imaging technique in which a computer processes individual slice acquisitions to produce a three-dimensional (length, width, height) image.
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Summary: The global partnership will help preserve the archaeological sites in the region by documenting them using three-dimensional imaging technology
Protea said its LAESI system is a next generation molecular imaging platform that directly analyses biological samples without the need to apply chemicals or introduce tags or tracers and enables two-dimensional and three-dimensional imaging, displaying the distribution of molecules in the samples.
The development of highly sophisticated computer-based systems for three-dimensional imaging of objects and environments has created unprecedented opportunities for product designers, crafts people and object-makers in general.
Among his topics are azimuth multi-antenna SAR, elevation-plane multi-antenna SAR, multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) SAR waveform diversity and design, distributed multi-antenna SAR time and phase synchronization, azimuth-variant multi-antenna SAR image formulation processing, and multi-antenna SAR three-dimensional imaging.
The three-dimensional imaging system and software package, developed by Kochian and Randy T.
With computers and digital photography, researchers have even developed two- and three-dimensional imaging systems to record roots as they develop in the transparent gels.
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Washington, July 7 (ANI): Researchers will now use three-dimensional imaging technology on human pelvic remains to determine the sex of the skeleton.
This new design is intended to improve three-dimensional imaging technology, which will make it easier to monitor tumour growth and assess the body's response to chemotherapy treatment.

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