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3rd Dimension (The)

Pascal Desbarats, computer scientist at the Bordeaux computer research laboratory (LABRI), explains the principle of 3D imaging.
The emergence of a new discipline, paleopathology, led him to work with Hélène Coqueugniot, anthropologist at PACEA.
Paleopathology is a branch of paleontology specialized in the study of ancient diseases. 3D imaging allows the reconstruction of an entire bone from human remains or a fossil fragment.

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00:06:00

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SD

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Color

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Sound

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French

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Video DV Cam

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