Reading Time: < 1 minute AAScan is an open source, Arduino-powered 3D scanner that uses your phone Arduino Team — February 18th, 2020 3D scanners are amazing tools that literally let you turn everyday things into three-dimensional computer models. As seen on Reddit, if you want to make one yourself — using little more than a spare Android phone, Arduino, […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Scan objects in 3D with this Arduino-controlled photogrammetry rig Arduino Team — April 25th, 2019 Pictures can be a great way to record an object or project, but typically only does so in one perspective. In order to capture things in three dimensions, you’ll need to be able to snap multiple photos and stitch them […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes The arrangement takes four images at the same time to create a 3D model of the object. A creator on Hackaday has developed a novel scanner which can instantly capture a 3D surface. Going by the name ‘Jolar’, the developer has been busy refining his 3D scanner project from Oxford Hackspace. The scanner consists of […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes At CES, HP released a new “Z 3D Camera” which offers the 3D scanning capabilities of the Sprout Pro PC in a portable camera accessory. It attaches to your computer monitor and can help you scan 3D items in no time. At CES 2018, HP Inc. has announced its new Z 3D Camera. The company thinks […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes You can now 3D scan your face using Sony’s 3D Creator, add a hat using MyMiniFactory’s new app and 3D print the whole thing with a few simple clicks. You may remember Sony’s launch of the 3D Creator app which allows Xperia owners with compatible devices to scan a face or object in 3D (find […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute Yes, there’s a startup in San Diego, called “QuickScann3D”, in San Diego that can do full body scans in just 5-seconds. The resulting data can then be used to create sculptures and replicas of objects / people.