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( N.B. - These surface displays use splatting of points rather than a surface triangulation.)
The surface reconstruction algorithm can handle simple and complex geometric shapes, scanned in linear or more unusual patterns. Here are a few examples, each from 5 to 14 cross-sections. Click on the surface reconstructions to see a video of the rotating surface.
Sphere, scanned with linear, fan and `freehand' action.
Ellipse, scanned with linear, oblique and `freehand' action.
Cone, scanned with linear, and fan action.
Cube, scanned with a `freehand' action.
`Baseball Glove' like object, scanned with linear and `freehand' action.
`Jester's Hat' like object, scanned with linear and `freehand' action.
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