Scan a horse or better yet a dog or cat

From: Elaine Hunt (
Date: Fri Jan 03 2003 - 19:48:07 EET

At 11:40 AM 1/3/2003 -0500, Ping Fu wrote:
> Head is easier because it is mostly a convex shape without
> under side, and you can tell children not to move, but horse...

Well with my 1200 lb+ horse I can tell him not to move and for the most
part he stands still. He might bolt when the lights flash.

I would begin working with a dog or cat.. they don't hurt as bad when they
kick or bite. Also they might be a bigger market..everybody has a dog or cat.

Guess we need to work on going from a picture to 3D still. Wasn't someone
doing that?



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Elaine Hunt, Director
Laboratory to Advance Industrial Prototyping
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Clemson University
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