faro laser scannerAfter 112 years, the Natural History Museum, London have decided to remove the iconic Dippy the Diplodocus. The specimin will be replaced with the real skeleton of a whale that was found on an Irish beach in 1891. As part of this process, the FARO Focus Laser Scanner and ScanArm HD LLP were used by the 3D surface scanning team in order to scan the bones belonging to both Dippy the Diplodocus and the blue whale. This project is the first of a huge project that is planned between FARO and the Natural History Museum. Read More