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Figure 3: Equipment utilized in three-dimensional image acquisition. A handheld device (Space Spider, Artec 3D [Santa Clara, CA, USA]) with onboard blue and white light-emitting diodes (LEDs) was utilized to obtain specimen geometry (shape) and texture (color and surface pattern) data (a). Innovations such as mounting of the acquisition device on a tripod, utilization of a turntable with a nonreflective, black surface, and the use of color-coded locator pins increased both scan quality and ease of postscan processing (b)

Figure 3: Equipment utilized in three-dimensional image acquisition. A handheld device (Space Spider, Artec 3D [Santa Clara, CA, USA]) with onboard blue and white light-emitting diodes (LEDs) was utilized to obtain specimen geometry (shape) and texture (color and surface pattern) data (a). Innovations such as mounting of the acquisition device on a tripod, utilization of a turntable with a nonreflective, black surface, and the use of color-coded locator pins increased both scan quality and ease of postscan processing (b)