May 08, 2012 – Artec Group, the leaders in 3D imaging and scanner technology, today announced the unveiling of their new Artec™ Eva 3D Scanner at the CONTROL Expo in Stuttgart, Germany (Hall5, Stand 5530). Light, fast, simple to use and priced for businesses of any industry, Eva represents the next generation of 3D scanners.
Three years after delivering its first scanner to the market, and helping everyone from law enforcement to video game production, and medical research to product quality assurance, the Artec Group is now bringing its crowning achievement, Eva, to market around the world.
“We have been redefining industry expectations for 3D scanning technology for years,” said Artem Yukhin President and Chairman of the Artec Group. “Today we take our biggest step forward, and are unveiling the scanner that delivers on decades of industry promises“.
What Sets Eva apart:
Simply turn it on and walk around the object recording. The scanner captures up to 16 frames per second and each frame is a 3D image.
Only 850 grams (1.9lbs).
Captures and processes 288,000 points/second. Scans a dozen times faster than a laser scanner.
No cumbersome calibration. No markers on objects before scanning. No electromagnetic tracking.
Captures color information at 24 bits/pixel (bpp), with a resolution of 1.3 megapixels (mp).
Scan moving objects at up to 16 frames/second.
Powerful and constantly updated software, all included.
Automotive, medicine, preservation, computer graphics, entertainment, design, forensics, education, reverse engineering, architecture, and quality control are just a few industries where Artec technology is becoming indispensable.
For more information about the Artec Group, Inc. and Eva please visit www.artec3d.com
About Artec Group, Inc.
Artec Group, Inc. develops and manufactures innovative 3D solutions and products. The company, headquartered in Luxembourg, consists of a team of high-caliber specialists who have been working together for more than 10 years, and who are the leading experts in capturing and processing 3D surfaces, as well as face recognition. Artec’s products and services are used in medicine, media and design, entertainment, fashion, heritage preservation and industrial engineering, among many others.
Turkish television company “tv.arsivi” has broadcast a program dedicated to advanced Artec technologies used by the Turkish police. The program explains how, using 3D scanners, the police can receive data directly from the scene of a crime and input them into a computer for subsequent operations.
Recently the offices of the company Artec were visited by a rather unusual group. Children? No, it would be difficult to call them children, since their heads are occupied with thoughts and ideas that not every adult‘s brain could accommodate. Students of the ”Logos” educational center – not an ordinary school - came to become acquainted with the technologies and traditions of Artec.