|Jan 7, 2014, 07:46 PM||#1|
CES 2014: 3D Systems Releases iSense 3D Scanner iPad Accessory
At CES today, 3D Systems introduced an iPad-version of its popular Sense 3D scanner called the iSense. The device clips to the iPad and allows users to scan an object in three-dimensions in real-time, without needing to put the object inside a special scanning box.
The above video is from the original Sense 3D scanner, not the new iSense. The iSense will be available for $499 in the second quarter of 2014.
Last year, Apple purchased 3D-scanning company PrimeSense, and that company's Capri sensor enables mobile devices to "see the world in 3D", a very similar technology to that used in the iSense, though without as much of a focus on 3D printing.
Article Link: CES 2014: 3D Systems Releases iSense 3D Scanner iPad Accessory
|Jan 8, 2014, 12:03 PM||#12|
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