See color in me in 3D: Medipix3

As you know, X-ray, MRI, and CAT scans are reproduced in monochrome, between 12 and 16 bits/pixel, which corresponds to 4,096–65,536 shades of gray. But what if, instead of a black and white X-ray picture, you and/or a doctor could have images that identified the tissues being scanned? Such a color X-ray imaging technique could presumably produce clearer and more ...

Jon Peddie

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