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The co-op picks up dead stock from farms and renderable materials from packing plants in a four-state region.
We will also be investigating errors that result from the process of generating renderable 3D geometric primitives from underlying data representations (for example, CT scans).
Besides the software interaction, file functionality also depends on standards, agreements, and understandings in interfaces, cabling, and hardware, and still this represents just a small set of examples of the complex interdependencies and detailed interaction that goes into making a digital object renderable.