The University of Florida and Interspectral are working together to make scientific 3D CT-scans of reptiles and amphibians accessible to researchers, educators and museums through Inside Explorer, an intuitive interactive 3D visualization experience.

In this new collaboration Interspectral have joined forces with the Florida Museum of Natural History, a museum which holds more than 40 million specimens in their collections. Working with David Blackburn, 3D scanning expert and Associate Curator of Amphibians and Reptiles at the museum, Interspectral will get access to a unique wide-ranging collection of 3D CT scanned species families including lizards, chameleons, frogs, toads, salamanders and snakes.

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