Flowers and plants are undeniably beautiful to the naked eye, and this week we put flowers and plants to the test and looked what was inside of them with our TruView™ Prime system. Plants and flowers are very low in density versus an object such as a cellphone which makes the processing of its image a little more different. Last month we looked into a SIM card and iPhone X and we saw their elaborate and complex design, and flowers are no different. Plants require less voltage and current (lower power from the x-ray tube) because of their low density, and thus we can see right through them. The first images of a rose we see are of its overlapped petals, stigmas, and peduncle. The second image, the plant had more density and thus we can see more of its leaves. Thanks to our TruView™ Prime we detected the inside these beautiful designs.
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