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Many 3D scanners are created to scan whole objects, but which is not going to necessarily cut it if you are attempting to scan a specific part.

by • February 7, 2016 • No Comments

Many 3D scanners are created to scan whole objects, but which will not necessarily cut it if you are attempting to scan a specific part. Ever try to map your own hand? Yeah, which will not work quite well. But, new graduate Pieter Smakman has a advantageous way. His custom-created Curatio scanner produces a detailed 3D version of your hand just by putting your hand within a ring — you don’t have to wave a device around. It uses relatively off-the-shelf parts for the capture system, too, which include Raspberry Pi mini-PCs, 32 (!) cameras and laser pointers.


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