About White-Light Hybrid Positioning for 3D Scanning

If you like to keep abreast of the latest technology, you’ll be pleased to hear about the white light hybrid positioning 3D scanner. This device can scan large objects quickly for you without you having do any processing after the fact. The device is called the Go! SCAN 3D and it can output information 10 … Read more

3D Scanning Used to Build Custom Choppers

Building custom choppers is an involved process. Depending on the shape of the bike, it can take a long time to develop the design by hand. War Eagle customs recently built a new frame called the Classic Pro-Smooth. It took a long time to create but once it was done they needed to create a … Read more

3D Scanning Used on Ryder Cup

The Ryder Cup is a long-standing symbol of excellence in golf. It’s used by The Professional Golfers’ Association of Great Britain and has very prominent silhouette. It measures 9 inches across from each handle, stand 17 inches tall, and weighs about 4 pounds. A statue of a golfer is also affixed to the top of … Read more

3D scanning gives new insight into ancient Mayans

The Mayan people had a civilisation seemingly far more advanced than that of the civilisations Europeans met when they first came to America in the 15th and 16th centuries but it had at that point already been extinct for several hundreds years. The Mayan civilisation fascinates many though and this includes various historians and scientists … Read more

3D scanning helps Olympic Canoeists

Although the Olympics is ostensibly about the athletes pitting themselves against each other sometimes the equipment they use can have an effect on results as well in sports where tenths of seconds and precise maneuverability count: this includes the bikes used in cycling, the swimsuits used in the pool and maybe most noticeably the horses … Read more