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CREAFORM VIUscan, 3d handheld portable laser scanner for ethno-botanical and archeological research Print E-mail
Friday, 23 October 2009

FLAAR staff personnel had the opportunity to talk with David Gagné Busines Unit Director, for Northern portion of USA CREAFORM at RAPID 2009 conference and exposition tradeshow, where he explained how their 3d portable handheld laser scanner VIUscan worked.

CREAFORM is a worldwide company that manufactures and sells 3d portable handheld laser scanners, their major applications range from: inspection, reverse engineering, multimedia, industrial design, cultural heritage preservation and medical applications.

What makes this 3-d portable handheld laser scanner so attractive is that it is a color laser scanner, which means that you can capture and digitize full color 3-dimensional objects, which can then be converted to a 3d model via 3d modeling software which can then be used for digital archiving, virtual restoration, inspection and restoration for cultural heritage preservation. Another of its benefit’s is that it is a 3-dimensional handheld portable laser scanner, which makes it a good option for ethno-botanical and archeological research out in the field.

 

3-d_portable_handheld_laser_scanner_reverse_engineering_ZCorporation_ZScanner_700 David Gagné Business Unit Director for North USA CREAFORM explaining how their 3d portable handheld laser scanner VIUscan works, to Eduardo Sacayón biologist and FLAAR technical writer at RAPID 2009 Conference and exposition Tradeshow.

 

3d_portable_handheld_modeling_laser_scanner_Creaform_VIUscan David Gagné Business Unit Director for North USA CREAFORM demonstrating how the 3-d portable handheld laser scanner VIUscan works, for ethno-botanical research.

 

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3d model of cacao pod for ethno-botanical research, from 3d portable handheld laser scanner CREAFORM VIUscan.

 

 



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