Go!SCAN 3D – The Easiest And The Fastest 3D Scanner (+VIDEO)




The best innovative tool for designers, artists, sculptors and architects promises to be the easiest and fastest 3D scanning experience ever. Go!SCAN 3D is fitted with LED technology, intelligent hybrid positioning, dynamic referencing and might be used in industrial and non-industrial applications producing very precise, high-quality 3D models. The scanner comes with three key functions termed as TRUsimplicity, TRUportability and TRUaccuracy. The advantages of the new Go!SCAN 3D are numerous: it is up to 10 times faster than standard 3D scanners, it is handheld and lightweight (1.1 kg), it provides accuracy is up to 0.1 mm and can be used by anyone without prior experience and preparation or complicated setup. Among the applications of the new Go!SCAN 3D we can’t but mention heritage preservation, Arts & Architecture, 3D CG & VFX, Serious Gaming / Virtual Reality.
Via:yankodesign.com & goscan3d.com
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futuristic device, future gadget, Go!SCAN 3D, 3D scanner, smart technologies, modern technologies

futuristic device, future gadget, Go!SCAN 3D, 3D scanner, smart technologies, modern technologies

futuristic device, future gadget, Go!SCAN 3D, 3D scanner, smart technologies, modern technologies

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