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Image of a rabbit model acquired with a fast and accurate three-dimensional (3D) shape measurement system. The raw 360 degree 3D image is a combination of five 3D images taken at different angles without applying additional processing or rendering. This example demonstrates the validity and practicability of the proposed technique. For details, see the paper by Wang et al., pp. 1052-1061.
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