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1 Significance A methodology that directly images the full three-dimensional shape of crystals within a crystalliser is reported. It is based on the mathematical principle that if the two-dimensional images of an object are obtained from two or more different angles, the full three-dimensional crystal shape could be reconstructed. A prototype instrument is built and proof of concept study carried out to demonstrate the potentials in using the system for three-dimensional measurement of crystaldoi:10.1002/aic.15041 fatcat:2qiiso5jvvdalekxaofzyo3yna