What is 3D Scanning?
3D scanning is a fast none contact method to produce highly accurate data with a wide range of applications.
We can scan a range of items from small objects, humans to large objects like lorries and cars both internally as well as external.
The Artec Leo the first 3D scanner to offer onboard automatic processing, Artec Leo is able to provide the most intuitive workflow.
Large, professional grade lens system collects the maximum volume of data with pinpoint accuracy from right across the field of view, resulting in the most precise 3D model.
Enhanced colour capture Using disruptive VCSEL light technology, Artec Leo excels in its ability to digitise hard to scan textures, including skin, and can scan well even in bright conditions. This technology also allows you to regulate the intensity of the flash to improve color capture even further.
3D point accuracy, up to 0.1 mm
3D resolution, up to 0.5 mm
3D reconstruction rate, up to Leo: 80 FPS
3D Scanning applications.
Reverse Engineering – 3D documentation – Heritage preservation – Architecture – Online museums – Prosthetic