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17 January 2019

Scientists use 3D scanning digital restoration giraffe ancestors vasi deer

Scientists use 3D scanning digital restoration giraffe ancestors vasi deer

 

Be careful! Scientists! If the 3d scanning and 3d printing is an extinct animal boom to continue at the current rate of spread, we may soon be groups of the digital revival of prehistoric monsters ravage.Recently, from the University of London Royal Veterinary College ( rvc ) of a group of researchers became the latest to join the upsurge of 3d scanning a force, they succeed taking   millions of years ago West in the deer ( sivatherium giganteum ) into the real world in digital form.736

After 3d scan 26 bones fossils from the Natural History Museum in London, as well as a collection of about 1000 copies distributed across the world  pictures of fossils, scientists at the RVC using Autodesk Maya software package to create a digital model of the already endangered animals.With the development of 3D printing technology,3d print apply to different areas.The typical representative is cheap 3d pens.737

Siva deer skeleton morphology of weird, looks like a mixture of moose, giraffes and elephants. According to the China Print 3D networks, which lived more than 1 million years ago in today’s India, has a relationship with our modern common giraffe.But compared to the modern giraffe, Percival has a high amount of deer horns, flat faces, short legs, and  neck is not long compared to the modern giraffe. In addition, the same as the giraffe, the Siva deer have characteristics of ruminants.738