Tagged with " 3D-Scan"
Feb 13, 2015 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Scanner

Spotlight on REAL 2015: Mixing the Real and the Virtual with Metaio

If 3D scanning is a method to digitize physical objects and 3D printing is a way to make digital items real, augmented reality is one way for virtual and digital objects to interact and complement each other. While 3D printing and 3D scanning have been around for almost three decades, VR began to take hold with the diffusion, in the early 2000’s, of smart and connected devices, and – in spite of some drawbacks relating to wearable AR devices – it is becoming an integral part of ubiquitous computing, gradually superimposing virtual 3D images onto real objects.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

Feb 4, 2015 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Scanner

Google’s Project Tango will let you scan the world in 3D, coming to smartphones this year

Although Google’s Glass didn’t quite turn out as it was intended, the internet and tech giant have been busy creating other types of augmented and virtual reality devices that are slated to change how we see the world around us…including data mapping that could lead to entirely new methods of gathering data for 3D printing applications.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

The ATLAS 3D Scanner

Uriah Liggett, founder of Murobo LLC and creator of the all new 3D printable ATLAS 3D scanner, needs your help funding his Kickstarter project.
(…weiter auf fabbaloo.com)

ATLAS 3D – The 3D Scanner You Print and Build Yourself!
by Murobo LLC

ATLAS 3D is a 3D printable laser scanner kit based on the Raspberry Pi.

3D scanners are a great way to create models for 3D printing. The problem is that most are either too expensive or too low quality for good 3D printing.

ATLAS 3D solves this problem by using the Raspberry Pi to be both inexpensive and high resolution.
(…weiter auf kickstarter.com)

Creaform – VIUscan – handyscan 3D – High-end 3D-scanner


Have you wondered how it’s like to scan with a really high end scanner? In this video we’re looking at the very, very accurate VIUscan from Creaform.

It’s not for everyone, but if you need to quickly measure things for CAD/3D it’s the best in the biz. With an accuracy of 0.05mm while being portable and handheld, its perfect for businesses who regularly measure objects for prototyping, custom manufacturing or quality control. Not for you average indie game dev.
(Quelle und weitere Infos: Youtube)

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