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Re: Pterosaur take-off visualization aid
The illustrations give a basic idea, at least. I will make sure that
the animation is available when it is finished and released. In terms
of the last two frames, a lot clearly happens, but it's not too
complicated, in the end: the animal rises until it is high enough to
flap, and then does so as per normal.
Michael Habib, M.S.
Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
1830 E. Monument Street
Baltimore, MD 21205
On Mar 21, 2009, at 4:19 PM, David Peters wrote:
That image of a pterosaur launch from
is seemingly as described and I imagined. The problem I had with it
was what happens between the last two animated frames? Looking
forward to Mike's forthcoming animation for the answers. I'm sure
the process of making the animation is helping to fine tune any
Before it goes online, send it to your toughest critic and make him
your staunchest ally.
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