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What the heck is an image stack?

I 3D printed a pollen grain the other day, and someone wants to compare my physical product with the blender model. I got this email:
"Please share an image stack of the pollen, if possible. We can try loading the image stack along with the segmented geometry for comparison in Virtual Reality."
Does anyone know if this means to take a 3D scan, or do I take random pictures of the model, or....?
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Motherfucker just ask them to clarify.
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>>558165
Perhaps they mean this?

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/image-stacks.html
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>>558165
i'm guessing like a stack of 2d cross-sections of the geometry or something? isn't that how 3d printing works, by dividing the geometry into slices? if you're not sure just ask them.




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