The computerized tomography scan (CT) has come a long way. When it was first invented in 1972, it would take several days to produce even one image from one piece of a scan. Now CT scans can process up to four “slices” in about 350 microseconds and create a 512 by 512 matrix using millions of pieces of data in seconds.
While many people are familiar with the use of CT scanning services for medical purposes, not as many are familiar with the use of the technology for industry. While advancements have been made for medical CT scanning, Continue Reading No Comments