3D X-ray security scanner development

3D X-ray security scanner development

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Caption: 3D X-ray security scanner development. Scientist using imaging equipment to develop the world's first 'scatter-enhanced' 3D X-ray security scanner. This device is designed to be used in airports to help identify suspect packages more quickly and efficiently. Scattered X-ray signals are used to create an impression of an object's depth, partially rotate it, and even see around or behind it. The scanner creates colour images (on screen) that denote the chance of detecting and identifying possible threats. Photographed at Nottingham Trent University, England, UK.

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