Artefact Radiography

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  • Window glass from York Minster, imaged in four ways. From left to right: Reflective photography, transmissive photography, transmissive X-radiography, Beta¬†Backscatter radiography.
  • Bags containing Staffordshire Hoard fragments.
  • 3D representation of a gastropod shell X-ray.
  • Combination of 3D laser scan and 3D radiography imagery.
  • Penknife discovered on the body of a WW1 Soldier.
  • The use of colour gradients to display high-bit X-ray images.
  • The use of colour channels to display high-bit X-ray images.