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ajpa22468-sup-0001-suppfigS1.tif10446KFigure S1: Screenshot of PhotoScan user interface, providing a schematic of the camera position for each picture used to generate the 3D reconstruction of specimen B. Relative to the specimen (at center), each blue rectangle represents the position of the camera for a single photographic image.
ajpa22468-sup-0002-suppfigS2A-B.tif4833KFigure S2: For specimen A, a visual comparison of the various outputs available in PS and a digital photograph of the specimen. In order, PS sparse point cloud (A), solid (B), wireframe (C), wireframe close-up (D), shaded (E), and textured representations (F), and 2D photographic image (G). The point cloud is produced during photographic alignment, the first step in the model construction process. The next step, “build geometry,” produces the shaded, solid, and wireframe formats. Finally, “build texture” produces the textured version of the model.
ajpa22468-sup-0003-suppfigS2C-D.tif4822KFigure S2: For specimen A, a visual comparison of the various outputs available in PS and a digital photograph of the specimen. In order, PS sparse point cloud (A), solid (B), wireframe (C), wireframe close-up (D), shaded (E), and textured representations (F), and 2D photographic image (G). The point cloud is produced during photographic alignment, the first step in the model construction process. The next step, “build geometry,” produces the shaded, solid, and wireframe formats. Finally, “build texture” produces the textured version of the model.
ajpa22468-sup-0004-suppfigS2E-F.tif3846KFigure S2: For specimen A, a visual comparison of the various outputs available in PS and a digital photograph of the specimen. In order, PS sparse point cloud (A), solid (B), wireframe (C), wireframe close-up (D), shaded (E), and textured representations (F), and 2D photographic image (G). The point cloud is produced during photographic alignment, the first step in the model construction process. The next step, “build geometry,” produces the shaded, solid, and wireframe formats. Finally, “build texture” produces the textured version of the model.
ajpa22468-sup-0005-suppfigS2G.tif4059KFigure S2: For specimen A, a visual comparison of the various outputs available in PS and a digital photograph of the specimen. In order, PS sparse point cloud (A), solid (B), wireframe (C), wireframe close-up (D), shaded (E), and textured representations (F), and 2D photographic image (G). The point cloud is produced during photographic alignment, the first step in the model construction process. The next step, “build geometry,” produces the shaded, solid, and wireframe formats. Finally, “build texture” produces the textured version of the model.
ajpa22468-sup-0006-suppfigS3.tif6359KFigure S3: Lateral, basal, and frontal views of surface deviations between BR and PS models of specimen A. Scale in mm. Deviations were computed using a closest-point algorithm, implemented in Geomagic Studio®. Areas of greatest deviation tend to be located at the teeth, orbits, and margins of the temporal fossa.
ajpa22468-sup-0007-suppfigS4.tif664KFigure S4: In this PS reconstruction (specimen C), the highlighted regions are areas that suffer from polygonal noise. Noise was reduced during postprocessing in Geomagic Studio®.

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