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3D Scanners, Digitizers, and Software for 3D Models and Measurements

3D Scanners, Digitizers, and Software for 3D Models and Measurements
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DIY 3D Laser Scanner - Video - Colin Ord 3D Scanner source code The source code for my DIY 3D Laser Scanner is available here! This is my latest attempt at creating a simple 3D scanner using just a webcam, laser pointer and simple programming code. Project Highlights Superfast setup. Preview scans can be created in seconds. Banana on decorative potRAW RGB scan: freescanRGB_banana_02.zip(laser reflection off lacquered surface produced an error on the right portion of the banana in scan) Scanning Interface (needs work!) Basic setup. Basic WorkingsThe colour reference photo (see interface above) is used to gather colour values for all points captured. Real Life6th October 2009 Face - Point Cloud Foot scan using a low resolution webcam setting and semi-dark room. Toy Bear24th September 2009 3D scanning a toy - Simple setup using a printed protractorto gauge the 30deg scan angle. Cleaned and smoothed point cloud with meshed result. Setup Place the object to be scanned next to a solid vertical background or wall. Process Bottle - Raw point cloud

AlvaProjects | Alvanon The AlvaScan is based on the latest millimetre radio wave technology and is the only scanner that collects accurate measurements from a person who is fully clothed. The scanner uses safe, low power radio waves to detect moisture on the surface of the skin. In the 15 seconds it takes to complete each scan, the AlvaScan collects some 200,000 data points on the consumer’s body and instantly converts them into around 100 body measurements, posture and shape characteristics. This information is then used by retailers for marketing promotions and/or apparel analysis. AlvaScan tours have been successfully deployed with the following retail partners: 2007/8 Levi’s Strauss and Co in nine cities in China2009 Pacific Brands for Cathay Pacific2009 S. AlvaKids, an ingenious new mobile phone application and online widget, takes the guesswork out of buying the right size garment to fit UK children from newborn to pre teens. AlvaPhoto speaks in a universal language through visualization. Back to Top

3D3 Ultimate Solution for Creating High Quality Digital 3D Models The High Definition Imaging (HDI) 3D Scanners uses structured-light technology for capturing digital 3D scans from real world objects. It is capable of generating high resolution digital 3D models accurately. Best Combination of Speed, Accuracy and Performance at an Affordable Price The HDI 3D Scanners are available in two different models depending on your 3D scanning needs. HDI Advance Flexible 3D Scanning Ultimate system for scanning objects of different sizes Compact Design, Powerful System Advanced 3D scanning in a rugged and easy-to-use package Complete 3D Scanning Workflow with FlexScan3D Software FlexScan3D software is the 3D scanning engine of the HDI 3D Scanners. 3D Capture Captures digital 3D scans of real life objects Built-in Basic Post-Processing Capabilities Align and merge 3D scans into a digital 3D model Exports to PLY, OBJ, STL, ASC The 3D scanner exports the data into standard formats Automating the 3D Scanning Process

Partners | Aerial Acquisitions : RACURS Hayson Geospatial is proud to be partnered with the following organisations: Service Provider Aerial Aquisitions represents the future in Aerial Survey, employing the latest medium format digital imaging system along with economical aircraft, thus allowing Aerial Aquisitions to conduct aerial surveys in an efficient and cost effective manner. Software Solutions In June 2010, Hayson Geospatial became the first Australian based user of Racurs' photogrammetry suite, PHOTOMOD. info@hayson-geospatial.com.au " spatial solutions for real world challenges 2009 - 2012 © Hayson Geospatial Pty Ltd - All rights reserved

ECE 4760 Final Project: 3D Scanner Ryan Dunn (rjd38 at cornell.edu) Dale Taylor (dat38 at cornell.edu) Introduction This goal of this project is to make an effective, low-cost 3D scanner. Summary Our project implements the hardware necessary for a laser triangulation 3D scanner as well as a PC user interface for controlling the scanner and acquiring data via an Ethernet connection. High Level Design Rationale While 3D scanners are by no means new technology, they are still well out of the price range of the average individual or small business owner. 3D Laser Triangulation Scanning The way that a 3D Laser Triangulation Scanner works can be easily explained using simple geometry and trigonometry. Laser Triangulation Logical Structure In order to extract physical coordinates from a contour line like the one explained in the math above, we will use a camera and a laser line. Digitally reconstructing the object and processing the images from the camera to extract the contour lines is computationally expensive. Mega644 Camera Ethernet

3D Body Scanning Technologies 2013 Next event: 3DBST2014, 21-22 Oct. 2014, Lugano, Switzerland Call for papers Download the second announcement and call for papers as 2ndcall (PDF). If you would like to present a paper at the conference, please send an extended abstract to the conference office, until 22 July 2013 (postponed deadline). Extended abstract should consists of 250-500 words and images. Please provide the following information: 1. Accepted papers will be published as proceedings which will be made available at the conference. Submission of abstracts is now closed and the program is being prepared.As submission is closed, the details above are provided for reference only. Important note: it is expected that one of the authors presents the paper personally at the conference. Important dates - Extended abstracts deadline: 22 July 2013 - Early bird registration: 31 July 2013 - Author notification: 31 July 2013 - Full papers deadline: 30 September 2013 Acceptance process, conference proceedings, presentations

3rdTech TheoLt CMIS Research - Image Analysis Activities - Applications/Work Overview - 3D Flatbed Scanner 3D Flatbed Scanner 1. Summary CSIRO Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics (CMIS) has developed an innovative flatbed scanning and imaging system based on a method of scanning the visible surfaces of small 3D objects, for enabling 3D viewing applications and surface measurements. 2. Representing the third largest segment of the PC peripherals market, scanners transform hard-copy pictures or text into digital data for use in a wide range of applications. CSIRO's proprietary imaging technology may be applied, to extend the scanning capabilities, of scanner, photocopier and fax machines, to include 3D images of the visible surfaces of small and low depth of field objects capable of being placed on a scanner. 3. The range of potential business and consumer application areas for 3D scanning applications will be limited only by the imagination. Or if you have an idea for different applications, please let us know. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. C. Contacts

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