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3DCopySystems is introducing 3 Full body scanning booth

by • May 1, 2016 • No Comments


3D Scanning booths are becoming additional and additional talked of . We have so most reasons to manufacture a full body scan of ourselves, be for an avatar in a game, a full color Mini-You, a chocolate selfie, or be for createing tailored garments or custom prosthetic. A new Austrian company, based in Graz, is introducing to the market not just one, but three scanning systems based on photogrammetry: the Big Alice, the Little Alice and the Alice on the Road.

The company was co-founded in 2015 by Andreas Schwirtz and Christof Kirschner, a duo of seasoned 3D Scanning professionals. Andreas has been running FabberLounge in Vienna since 2013 and Christof is the Managing Director of Graz company LayerLab.net

Big Alice, Little Alice and Alice on the Road

Andreas and his team has selected the photogrammetry scanning innovation to create their systems. Indeed this solution empowers the capture of moving objects in a fraction of a 2nd. It in addition captures the colored textures of the products without any contact with them.


This is the biggest and highest-resolution system, with 64 DSLR cameras. The booth is 6m x 4m x 2.5 m. It captures perfectly well the shape and the colored texture.


This is a smaller in size version of the Big Alice, which can accommodate of 2 persons due to the smaller in size size (4m x 3m x 2,3m). It is created around 112 CMOS cameras.

Both studios are small in size, self-contained systems which can be up or down inside a few hours. A software control leads comfortably through the scanning system.

Alice_on_the Road_3DCS

This is the latest product of the company. It is a small in size version of the Little Alice, with 96 CMOS camera. It can be setup in one hour, and moved around in a Van. The size are 2,8m x 2,8m x 2,3m. The lower resolution is counterbalanced by a sophisticated projection system.


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