We spoke with Stork Vision about their latest technology in the world of 3D & 4D sonograms. "The difference between the 2D and the 3D is that with the two dimensional image it just looks like a flat image like your just looking at an outline of the baby. You can't see a lot of the details like what the baby looks like and the mother and the father always want to see who the baby looks like.", explains Kaylee Shackleford.
She adds, "With the 3D you're able to tell more about the babies features like does it have the dad's mouth or the mom's nose shape."
"Now between the 3D & the 4D the difference is the time aspect. The fourth dimension is the time so you are basically watching a 3D image with the baby moving.", Shackleford explains.
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