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We can begin by dividing the diorama into three-dimensional pixels, or voxels, every one of which represents either empty space, or a solid object with a colored surface occupying that point in perceived space. But does this array of data points need to be organized in an explicitly spatial array in order to carry the information content of the original image?
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