Imaging3 Sees Its Future In 3D And Real Time
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryTwo-dimensional real-time X-ray imaging is commonplace and three-dimensional pictures are becoming more prevalent, but providing high-resolution 3D images instantaneously is almost unheard of. Burbank, Calif. firm Imaging3 is working toward this goal
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