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Ramon! I wanted to thank you for the time you gave me on Monday. It was very interesting
and I think your doing the best work. It must be very exciting and I am interested in
following your advancements. Do you have an currently available resources on the topics
and on the Sea Reptiles.
Also, I need, if you don't mind, the name of that file type that the scans make and the
software you use to interpret the images. I think you mentioned digitbind? Also, can you
tell me procedure you use to go from a scan to a tif stack? I'd be very interested in
knowing how you go about that in an effort to perhaps automating it. It would be even
better to go from catscan directly to 3d printing ... or AI interpretations.
MS Comp Sci - LIU/Brooklyn
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that Brooklyn, like Atlantis, reaches mythological
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