Inexpensive dating

The idea for this dinner date is that you’re going to be turning your dining room into a restaurant for two.Our creative Diva Becca came up with this brilliant idea, and we have updated and added to it to create the perfect print-and-go date night for you!For MRI, this uniformity is often accomplished using a superconducting magnet that’s cooled to near absolute zero using liquid helium.

Go ahead and pull out your nice dishes, a tablecloth, some music, flowers, and maybe a candle or two.While folks have been able to use large electromagnets for NMR (they average out the magnetic field intensity over the sample by spinning the sample very rapidly while it’s inside the magnet), I haven’t seen anyone demonstrate building an imaging system using an electromagnet.There are some experimental systems that try to use the Earth’s magnetic field, but the few systems I’m aware of are very low resolution, and very slow.With all of this in mind, knowing the basics of medical imaging, and having just discussed computed tomography and the Radon transform in the class I was sitting in on, I decided that I wanted to try and build an open source CT scanner, and to do it for a lot less than the cost of me getting scanned, by using rapid prototyping methods like laser cutting and 3D printing.It’s been a few years since I’ve had access to a laser cutter, and they’re one of my favorite and most productive rapid prototyping tools.

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