10 Facts About 3d scanner


The "picture" produced by a 3D scanner describes the distance to a surface at each point in the picture.

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Time-of-flight 3D laser 3d scanner is an active 3d scanner that uses laser light to probe the subject.

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At the heart of this type of 3d scanner is a time-of-flight laser range finder.

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The accuracy of a time-of-flight 3D laser 3d scanner depends on how precisely we can measure the time: 3.

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Data is collected in relation to an internal coordinate system and therefore to collect data where the 3d scanner is in motion the position of the 3d scanner must be determined.

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Real-time 3d scanner using digital fringe projection and phase-shifting technique was developed, to capture, reconstruct, and render high-density details of dynamically deformable objects at 40 frames per second.

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Stanford University with a group led by Marc Levoy used a custom laser triangulation 3d scanner built by Cyberware to scan Michelangelo's statues in Florence, notably the David, the Prigioni and the four statues in The Medici Chapel.

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The 3d scanner data was later combined with colour data from digital photographs to create the Virtual Monticello, and the Jefferson's Cabinet exhibits in the New Orleans Museum of Art in 2003.

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In 2003 the so-called Digital Hammurabi project acquired cuneiform tablets with a laser triangulation 3d scanner using a regular grid pattern having a resolution of 0.

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The modulated light 3d scanner was supplemented by a triangulation 3d scanner which was used to scan some parts of the model.

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