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we investigated three methods of rendering 3d data using the 3d-space software. the meshpro and the sketchpro tools are useful for simple polyhedral modelling, but they cannot cope with complex surfaces and can only be used for very small data sets. the interlace files can be used to combine the data from multiple sources, but they are large, and the calculation time for the pipeline-based interlace files is also large. the fiwcad files are much smaller than the interlace files, but they cannot be used on their own. we applied all three of these rendering methods to rendered anatomical data for human and chimpanzee. a mesh file is generated for each type of rendering by the meshpro and interlace files, and these mesh files can be used by daedalus. the sketch file produced by sketchpro can be used in this software. a virtual reality headset hmd can be mounted on a laptop computer, and we made a sectional 3d image of each anatomical region of interest for human and chimpanzee with each method of rendering. a graphical display program was developed to display these images; this program is available as a standalone software. our results show that all three methods are useful for rendering anatomical data for human and chimpanzee.
type 63 aircraft were used for transport, torpedo bombers and long-range scouting. one type 63 was destroyed on the first day of the attack, however, another, piloted by lt. soichiro go, survived the battle. the second had a total of just six crewmen, including lt. soichiro go. the third type 63 was sent to the shima naval air base in the choshi, japan, harbor. on 9 february, 1915, when it was recalled to truk, it was attacked by a us navy dive bomber, which sheared off its right landing gear. the injured airframe was towed back to base by three battered minesweepers, and on 11 june 1917, after several months of work, it flew once again. a burst of shrapnel through the fuselage caused a fire which was only extinguished by pouring out the gas from the fuselage. on 18 july it took off again for kastelorodok. for three days, the type 63 flew from truk to kwajalein and to kusaie. during this time, its tail was mounted on a special carrier, as this airframe had then not been reconfigured for shipping. lieutenant go was now the only crew member. on the evening of 1 august he made an inspection of the airframe, which had become very hot due to friction from flying at full thrust. a few minutes later, he walked back to it, saying his goodbyes. with the next morning dawning, the airframe was filled with fumes from the dry-cell batteries, and its fuse wire melted. the time was set for 10:30 am. the airframe was taken away by two japanese fishing boats, but lieutenant go was lost overboard. the airframe was eventually repaired and flown by lieutenant kagami in september, 1917. on 17 october, it was sent to sasebo, now well knowing that, later, it would be used by the americans. when used by the americans, the airframe was originally given the name by one of the survivors as brownie.
the type 3 model 5 was used on the mad and was a powerful magnetic lens. according to the design specifications of the japanese, the kank was produced between 36 and 45 cm in diameter. the blueprints state that the kank should have 8 uprights and the space among the uprights should be filled with a metal matrix. the blueprints also state that the spacing between the uprights should be at least 20 mm, which is to avoid interference when electromagnetic waves pass through the air holes. in other words, this was an electromagnetic shielding. the kank was made with the spacing of 40 mm to increase the magnetic field. this is depicted in fig. 5 for an unsgerechte (unsymmetrical) lens that was made with the 4 sides, and a geschundene (jagged) lens that was made with the 2 sides. the type 3 model 5 was created with a cylindrical magnet, which made the magnetic field stronger [francillon 1969 412].
the type 97-3 was designed to include a more powerful magnet. of course, the power of the type 97-3 was rated when testing the magnetic field itself. however, there was an another issue. the sensor should be powerful enough to detect a submarine even when the aircraft was being towed by a ship. on this point, a comparison with other models will help to estimate the power.
the type 97-2 is about 15 cm in diameter. the type 97-1, the b5n1, which had the larger of the two magnets, is 50.85 cm in diameter. however, the db range on the b5n2, which was developed later, is 20% to 40% lower than that of the earlier models. if we estimate the db range for the b5n2 by the db range of the type 97-3, we can figure out that the b5n2 had about 100% more powerful magnet.