Hewlett-Packard Team

During September 2005, three specialized scientists from
Hewlett-Packard's Mobile and Media Systems Laboratory came to Athens
with their innovative digital imaging system to examine the surface
inscriptions and other features on the Antikythera Mechanism. The HP
team -Tom Malzbender, Dan Gelb and Bill Ambrisco- brought with them a
remarkable piece of specialist equipment: a Dome that surrounds the
sample under examination and takes a series of still photos to
analyze the three-dimensional structure of the surface.
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