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There are many places where people need to see but can`t fit their heads. Endoscopes, boroscopes, and a variety of cameras have helped provide views of these areas, but sometimes the displays are awkward. For example, when veterinarian Mike Walsh of Sea World (Orlando, FL) takes ultrasound equipment to his patientswhales, sea lions, sharks, and other aquatic animalsthe display is problematic both because of sunlight glinting off a monitor and because CRTs do not mix well with the watery environm

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