Winners October 2014
AS BEST IMAGE AWARD 2014 (31.10.14)
Description: 3D rendering of a gecko skull (Nephrurus levis) from micro-computed tomography (21 um/voxel). Colour corresponds to ambient occlusion (i.e. red surfaces are most visible, blue surfaces least visible). Steep colour gradients highlight foramina. Hidden structures (e.g. bony labyrinth, nasal cavity) can be extracted automatically based on their high occlusion.
Submitted by: Mr James Turbett
Submitted on: 30 October 2014
AS RUNNER UP BEST IMAGE AWARD 2014 (31.10.14)
Description: A 15th century Peruvian mummy in a sealed glass-bell underwent forensic "phenotyping". Central to this study, a set of CT
scans led to subsequent advanced analysis, 3D-renderings and full body/face reconstructions, which together provided critical information
about the gender, age, condition and other aspects of the person prior to her death.
Submitted by: Professor Luc Bidaut
Submitted on: 28 October 2014