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Virtually unwrapping a mummy with x ray and ct scans: preliminary findings 2-6-14

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This describes initial efforts to use x ray and ct scans to provide a better understanding of the composition of mummy coverings, here a mummy mask or head covering. The primary interest is to try to analyze the texts on the papyrus infrastructure.

This describes initial efforts to use x ray and ct scans to provide a better understanding of the composition of mummy coverings, here a mummy mask or head covering. The primary interest is to try to analyze the texts on the papyrus infrastructure.

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Virtually unwrapping a mummy with x ray and ct scans: preliminary findings 2-6-14

  1. 1. 3-D Mask X-ray and CT Investigation Drs. Scott Carroll1, Christian Widener2, and Fereidoon Delfanian3 1Manuscript Research Group, 2South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, 3South Dakota State
  2. 2. Multi-View Stereo Vision
  3. 3. 3-D Photo Capture
  4. 4. Elemental Analysis of Paint Pigments by X-ray Fluorescence Copper (Cu) in blue– Cuprorivaite (Egyptian Blue) Gold (Au) and Silver (Ag) content Arsenic (As) in yellow -- Orpiment (As2S3) Iron in red – Rust (Fe2O3)
  5. 5. Identification of internal structure and linen, papyrus, and ink indications were observed
  6. 6. Indications of text within the mask
  7. 7. CT Scan Setup
  8. 8. CT provides 3-dimensional x-ray data
  9. 9. CT provides 3-dimensional inside and outside surface data
  10. 10. Inside Surface of the Mask Face Forehead Eye Eye Nose
  11. 11. X-Ray –CT 3D Data Good Correlation of X-ray CT to Multi-view Stereo 3D Data (Deviation <2mm) Multi-View Stereo 3D Data
  12. 12. Summary Currently developing an advanced tool set to: Accurately assess mask construction and areas of interest prior to extraction Fully record 3-D Surface Data Document visual appearance of the mask for reconstruction and replication with 3-D printing Fabricate internal and external supports for the mask to support extraction, display, and transportation

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