Continue to have thoughts about being able to 'walk through' microworld landscapes. AFM data lends itself to this possibility, since the image is essentially a collection of height, width and breadth (x,y,z) info. Might have words with the 3d simulation and animators within the University. It would be great to 'climb on a virus' - a variation of the BBC Walking with Dinosaurs series a while back (where University of Portsmouth made it's contribution). This may not be part of the current project, but something to think about. ~James
Taking it easy in Shenandoah National Park, VA, USA, Nov 2012.
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