Kyushu University: 3D flora and fauna at your fingertips

Kyushu University: 3D flora and fauna at your fingertips. “Reporting in Research Ideas and Outcomes, a Kyushu University researcher has developed a new technique for scanning various plants and animals and reconstructing them into highly detailed 3D models. To date, over 1,400 models have been made available online for public use…. While [Yuichi] Kano has been working on various organisms including insects, plants, and even fungi, he is currently focusing on aquatic animals such as fish and amphibians.”

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