As part of an MSc assignment over the academic year 2009-2010, a set of objects were scanned using an X-Tech 320 kV CT scanner. This was followed by an exploratory stage using the multiple methods available from visualization systems.
An ancient mobile phone, the Nokia 702 was investigated. The speaker mechanism (image 1) can be clearly seen, as well as loose components that were not screwed down properly.
The obvious aerial is actually an aesthetic feature, as it is not connected to anything, with a mesh being used instead (image 2).
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