Congratulations to ESA and Rosetta on a beautiful rendezvous with comet 67P. My first thought is: Will it scan? Would make a nice subject for Inside Explorer table ;-)
I was recently invited to speak at the TTI Vanguard NEXT Conference in London on the work that we are doing with museums and virtual autopsy tables.
TTI Vanguard are a membership based future looking group, comprising CTOs and Heads of R&D for Fortune 200 companies including Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Accenture, Rolls Royce etc. Members are listed here.
Activities included speaking to the group on the first day, demonstrating on a mobile table throughout the event and hosting the group on a field tour to the British Musuem on the last day for a private viewing of the Ancient Lives New Discoveries mummy exhibition and a visit to the virtual autopsy table based on Inside Explorer in the newly opened Early Egypt gallery at the British Museum.This follows widely reported work with the museum on the visualisation of Gebelein Man A (or Ginger as many know him), a 5,500 year old natural mummy. (Read more here ...)