Tagged with " 3D scannen"
Apr 28, 2015 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Scanner

Better 3D Scanning Coming Thanks to Northwestern

A group at Northwestern University near Chicago is developing a new type of 3D scanning technology that should increase reliability and usability.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Motion Contrast 3D Scanning Teaser

Motion Contrast 3D Scanning Teaser from compphotolab on Vimeo.

A brief intro to our Motion Contrast 3D (MC3D) scanning technology.

Real-time 3D scanning is important for systems that operates outdoors like self-driving cars or augmented reality glasses. Current scanning devices fails when external light sources, such as the sun, are too bright. Our MC3D technology overcomes this problem to enable live 3D scanning in challenging conditions.

To learn more, visit compphotolab.northwestern.edu
(Quelle: Vimeo)

3D Scanning & Printing Bring Neswaiu Mummy to Exhibit

Museums are among the leading lights in discovering the power of 3D printing to translate history into a tactile, engaging set of objects for their patrons, and now the new permanent Egyptian exhibition at the Museum of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Antiquities (MOMNEA) in Stockholm is making the hidden details of Neswaiu’s mummy available in digital form.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Apr 14, 2015 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Scanner

VITRONIC vermeldet Verkaufsstart von VITUS bodyscan

Druckreife 3D-Scans von Menschen für Fotofiguren

Ab sofort kann der neueste Bodyscanner der VITUS Familie bestellt werden. VITUS bodyscan basiert auf Lasertriangulation und erstellt hochauflösende 3D Daten mit Farbtexturen.

VITRONIC blickt im Bereich 3D Scannen auf über 20 Jahre Erfahrung zurück. Die Geschichte der 3D-Bodyscanner bei VITRONIC begann 1994 als ein Wiesbadener Bildhauer einen Weg suchte, Skulpturen leichter und schneller herzustellen. Er hatte die Idee, den zeitintensiven und schweißtreibenden Part seines Handwerks, die Vorarbeit, zu automatisieren. Mehrere Produktgenerationen später sind heute weltweit VITUS Bodyscanner für Maßbekleidung, Standardisierung, Ergonomie, Orthopädie, Sportmedizin und den Druck von 3D Figuren im Einsatz.
(…weiter auf pressebox.de)

Apr 14, 2015 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Scanner

3D Systems Upgrades Best-Selling Sense 3D Scanner with New Software

ROCK HILL, South Carolina, April 14, 2015 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today the Sense Plus software upgrade for its best-selling consumer 3D scanner, SenseTM, making it faster and easier than ever to capture, edit, share and print real-world objects in 3D. Free to existing users, the new Sense Plus software increases scan capture speed by 3X to 25 frames per second while significantly improving tracking for a smoother scan experience. The new software also includes enhanced color editing features and is available in 3DS’ 12 standard languages for its consumer offerings. The software upgrade is available for download on the company’s consumer destination for all things 3D, Cubify®.
(…weiter auf 3dsystems.com)

Apr 8, 2015 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Scanner

Artec 3D Brings Incredible Shapify Booths to New Jersey Mall & I Got to Try One Out!

Today, Artec 3D and Mirror Image 3D have announced that they are bringing Artec’s Shapify Booth to the Freehold Raceway Mall in Freehold, NJ. This new installation will allow anyone attending the mall to have a full body scan created of themselves either by themselves or with friends/loved ones in just 12 seconds flat. That’s right, the scanners, which we reported on back in October of last year, will be made available to shoppers in the Garden State.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Apr 2, 2015 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Scanner

You can now create 3D models by waving your smartphone around an object

Even if you rarely check out a technology blog, it cannot have escaped your attention that even regular smartphones are increasingly being used as mediums or tools for the latest technological innovations. Just look at those budget virtual reality goggles that rely on app-based software or those basic 3D modeling apps. Really the big option that still hasn’t been converted into app shape is 3D scanning – but not for long. Researchers from the Pennsylvania-based Carnegie Mellon University have developed a method for doing exactly that.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

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