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METRIS ModelMaker D100: 3d portable, handheld laser line scanner. PDF Print E-mail

At RAPID 2009 we had the opportunity to see how the 3d portable, handheld laser line scanner ModelMaker D100 worked. John Immonen business developer manager handheld products for METRIS USA gave us a demonstration on how this product works. As FLAAR Reports is an organization dedicated to researching how digital imaging technologies can record our visual links to the past and especially to pre-Columbian cultures of Mesoamerica we wanted to see how this 3d portable handheld laser line scanner would perform on preserving cultural heritage, so we took a ballplayer skeleton figure, to show how archeological figures could be scanned for the future projects.

 

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John Immonen business developer manager handheld products for METRIS USA demonstrating how the METRIS ModelMaker D100 3d portable handheld laser line scanner works.

 

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3d model of Ballplayer skeleton figurine in KUBE software from 3d portable handheld laser line scanner METRIS ModelMaker D100.

 

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