3D Scanning Services in India
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3D scanning technologies
Photogrammetry and light-based scanning are the two major 3D scanning technologies that are widely used.
Photogrammetry is the simplest method of 3d scanning. This method involves capturing 2d images of the target object from different angles and superimposing them to get a single 3-dimensional image. This method requires just a camera to get the images and the 2d images are stitched into a 3d model using relevant software. Smartphones can also be used to capture the images. The software will match all overlapping points of the 2d images and create a 3d model.
“Structured light scanning” and “Laser Scanning” are the two common methods in light based scanning.
Structured light scanners send patterns of light onto the object to capture and based on the deformations of the pattern, the scanners determine the model form. 3D mesh or digital model can be developed from the form that scanners determine. Structured light scanners use different LEDs like Blue light, White light, etc. for implementing the scanning. Artec Eva is a white light LED based scanner.
Laser scanning uses a laser beam to be incident on the object. The scanners then measure the angle of reflected lasers which can be translated into coordinates of an object and developed into a 3D model/mesh.
Most of the scanners are hand held. A few scanners like iSense are simply a laser with a sensor which can be mounted on smartphones or iPads. However, there are a few scanners which use a small spinning platform for the object to be placed on and scanned while rotating the object.
Light-based 3D scanning
Reverse engineering & Industrial designing
Healthcare and prosthetics
Preserving monuments and artefacts
Augmented reality and entertainment