Tagged with " 3D scanning"
Jan 13, 2014 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Scanner

3D Systems 3DMe Photobooth Debuts on the CES 2014 Convention Floor

Yet again 3D Systems proves itself quite adept at adapting new and emergent 3D printing technologies into commercially viable products by delivering the 3DMe Photobooth — the first mass-produced 3D scanning photo booth.

It was a big week for 3D printing period at CES this year, but un-arguably the star of the show was 3D Systems, who had not one, but twelve new product introductions. Commercial ready3D food printers, 3D sculpting mice, amazing ceramic printers and even a 3D printed doll house were among some of the new offerings, but the most exciting for me was the 3DMe Photobooth.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

Jan 8, 2014 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Scanner

3D Scanning: SoftKinetic at CES

Anna Kaziunas France met with SoftKinetic’s Chief Marketing Officer Eric Krzeslo at their suite in the LVH to ask him about their new partnership with MakerBot to enhance their 3D camera technology for 3D scanning that was announced Monday at CES 2014. SoftKinetic is provides 3D vision and and gesture recognition technologies for the consumer electronics, automotive and industrial markets; who license their intellectual property.
(Quelle: Youtube / MAKE)

Jan 7, 2014 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Scanner

3D Systems First to Deliver 3DMe® Photobooth to the Retail Floor and Event Space

-Brings the entire 3DMe experience to the retail floor and event space
-Large scale, high volume, instant face capture for personalized figurines
-Powered by 3DS’ consumer cloud-hosting, publishing and fulfillment platform

3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) revealed today its 3DMe® Photobooth, the first compact, integrated physical photography pod that brings the entire 3DMe experience directly to the retail floor and event space. Powered by 3DS’ powerful and secure consumer cloud-hosting, publishing and fulfillment platform, the new 3DMe Photobooth is capable of instant, full-color, realistic 3D face capture for intuitive mashing with a host of personalized and licensed figurines on a large scale. 3DS plans to showcase its easy to use, self-service 3DMe Photobooth at the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas, NV, January 7-10, 2014, in the 3DS booth 31424 LVCC South Hall.
(…weiter auf 3dsystems.com)

A Man with a Scan – Ben Heck hacks Cubify Sense 3D scanner

Ben takes his use of 3D printers to the next level and tries 3D scanning. He attempts to scan a variety of objects with the Cubify Sense 3D scanner to discover how to get the most out of the device and to create the best prints possible. Ben shows you how to build a rotational device for the scanner and shares what he learns about 3D scanning along the way.
(Quelle: Youtube / The Ben Heck Show)

From 3D Scanner to 3D Printer on Windows 8.1

Ever since I saw the MakerBot Digitizer Desktop 3D Scanner at MakerBot world headquarters, I’ve been dying to give it a try! I’ve been having a lot of fun with tools like SolidWorks 2014 for design projects, but sometimes there’s no substitute for a 3D scanner. The recently released MakerBot Digitizer Desktop 3D Scanner (henceforth referred to as “the Digitizer”) brings affordable 3D scanning to your desktop. This new 3D scanner also makes it easy to upload scanned 3D models to Thingiverse and to print them with your 3D printer.
(…weiter auf blogs.windows.com)

In this video Gavin Gear gives a demonstration of 3D scanning and 3D printing on Windows 8.1 using the new MakerBot Digitizer Desktop 3D Scanner and the MakerBot Replicator 2 3D printer.
(Quelle: Youtube / Windows)

Smartphone wird zum 3D-Scanner

Wissenschaftler der ETH Zürich haben eine App entwickelt, die ein gewöhnliches Smartphone in einen 3D-Scanner verwandelt. Die Software macht das Scannen von dreidimensionalen Objekten fast so einfach wie das Fotografieren.
(…weiter auf eth.ch)

Turning Mobile Phones into 3D Scanners

More details on: http://cvg.ethz.ch/mobile/
Contact: http://cvg.ethz.ch/mobile/contact.php

This video showcases new mobile technology for Interactive 3D Mobile Reconstruction developed at the Computer Vision and Geometry Group from ETH Zürich. It allows to turn a mobile phone into a 3D scanner
(Quelle: Youtube)


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