3D Scanners – Putting your Best Foot Forward

… unable to find a shoe fitting your wide feet – 3D technology is the answer to your problems. Also, with the 3D scanning of shoes, rather than trying box after box of pre-made standard shoes, you can get your feet scanned from various angles to allow the computer to create an accurate 3d model of your feet. This interesting technology is not just limited to finding shoes of the right size; it offers amazing therapeutic benefits. Here are a few reasons why the scanning technology is creating …

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Introducing Qlone: A New IOS App With Sensor-less 3D Scanning

  introducting Qlone, a new AR app for smartphones     Now there’s a new app entering this space — Qlone — developed by Eye Cue Technologies, a company that has an impressive portfolio of AR games and apps. What sets Qlone apart is that it generates results locally in (near) realtime. This as opposed to TRNIO, which uploads your photos to the cloud for processing and sends back the 3d model when it’s done. The benefit of this is clear: faster results. Kind of …

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Introducing Qlone: A New IOS App With Sensor-less 3D Scanning

  introducting Qlone, a new AR app for smartphones     Now there’s a new app entering this space — Qlone — developed by Eye Cue Technologies, a company that has an impressive portfolio of AR games and apps. What sets Qlone apart is that it generates results locally in (near) realtime. This as opposed to TRNIO, which uploads your photos to the cloud for processing and sends back the 3d model when it’s done. The benefit of this is clear: faster results. Kind of …

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3D Scanning Uncovers Details of Earliest Marine Navigation Tool

Shipwrecked Artifact Revealed Through 3D Scanning Technology Back in 2014, a team of excavators at Blue Water Recoveries went down to excavate the shipwreck of the Esmeralda (an explorer ship in Vasco de Gama’s fleet) that sunk in the Indian Ocean in 1503. They came up with an unidentified artifact from the wreckage, some thought it to be an astrolabe but there were no visible identifying markings on the object. The team then gave the artifact to Professor Mark Williams from the University …

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