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Doll printing.mp4
Video of the second attempt to print the Chinese Doll with the Ultimaker 2+ 3D printer, at the MakerLab at the University of Ottawa.

Before and After.jpg
Before and after picture of the printed doll model, copy of the Chinese Diagnostic Doll, found in the Touch Medicine section of the Ingenium Canada's Museums of Science and Technology and on loan from the Osler History of Medicine Library at the…

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A 3D Scanning Session of a Wax Model of Bladder Cancer at the Science and Technology Museum

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Currently displayed at the Museum of Science and Technology, this item was created out of CT scans of a child's heart suffering of an Atrial Septal Defect and many other abnormalities. This object was created in collaboration with Dr. Frank Rybicki…

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University of Ottawa Student Tristan Lamonica Demonstrating Wax Model of Bladder Cancer to Dr.Pantalony's children.

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University of Ottawa Students Visiting Anatomy Laboratory

1895 McLatchie Rolling River.TIF
This is a document, finalized in 2008, of the original survey plan of Rolling River (at Township 16) from 1895. The interesting and relevant aspect of this plan is the note at the bottom claiming that the surveys of McLatchie in 1873 were used to…

Figurine in the museum.jpg
Chinese Diagnostic Doll, found in the Touch Medicine section of the Ingenium Canada's Museums of Science and Technology. On loan from the Osler History of Medicine Library at the McGill University in Montreal (Canada).

Scanning the Doll.jpg
Student scanning at the 3D Lab in the Ingenium Canada's Museums of Science and Technology. The Chinese Diagnostic Doll, found in the Touch Medicine section of the museum, is on loan from the Osler History of Medicine Library at the McGill University…

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This is a photograph of packers ascending the Chilkoot Pass. This is part of the souvenir viewbook "Souvenir of Alaska and Yukon Territory" illustrated by Eric A. Hegg
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