Using digital images to reconstruct three-dimensional biological forms: a new tool for morphological studies


Using digital images to reconstruct three-dimensional biological forms: a new tool for morphological studies
01/02/2008 | YLENIA CHIARI, BING WANG, HOLLY RUSHMEIER, ADALGISA CACCONE; Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology & Department of Computer Science, Yale University
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
Applications: All and Biology

Reconstructing the three-dimensional (3D) form of living organisms in their natural habitat is a challenge and, currently, there are no methods enabling reconstruction over a wide range of field conditions and animal sizes and forms. (see also example on PhotoModeler Scanner Application Examples).

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