EOTC: A New Zealand Company Introduces Full-Color, 3D X-Rays

CHARLOTTE, NC — Black and white X-rays are so yesterday. A New Zealand company has developed the world’s first full-color, 3D X-rays.

While the technology may be pretty cool, the images can be kind of hard to look at. The X-rays allow you to clearly see metal, bone, soft tissue, and fat by using different tones.

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