21st century high-tech meets 13th century culture
19 November 2010
It was a beautiful day, on a beautiful mountain, near a beautiful medieval monastery, as Artec employees continued their work on a pilot project that began earlier that year at the Erevan city history museum a few months earlier. Read more
Artec and Leios
8 October 2010
Artec Group Inc and E.G.S. are pleased to announce that the two companies have joined forces to bring to market an affordable and complete 3D reverse engineering solution.
Dinosaurs in 3D
16 July 2010
For a while, we’ve known that archeologists have been using our technology successfully to scan excavation sites and fossils. We always wanted to try it for ourselves and recently got that chance.
We made our way down to the Moscow Paleontology Museum. There, we were asked to scan a large scull of a big Tarbosaurus — a creature that roamed the Earth about 70 million years ago. Read more
15 July 2010
The Artec Group is proud to take part in the upcoming Siggraph 2010 exhibition July 27th
through July 29th
in Los Angeles, California. This exhibition is focused on the exciting and unpredictable world of computer graphics and animation.
Artec will be exhibiting in partnership with one of our American distributors, Exact Metrology.
Come visit us at stand #125 from July 27th
to July 29th
at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Read more
The next generation 3D Scanner
14 July 2010
The Artec group proudly announces the release of a brand new 3D scanner — Artec MHT
. This scanner acquires 3D data at high speeds, is hand-held, and captures brilliant color of the object.
The scanner has been in development for almost a year. The goal was to make an affordable, hand-held, portable 3D scanner with texture, which will be unmatched by existing technology. Read more
Our new site is here!
5 July 2010
Hello everyone! For a long time we’ve been living with our old, clumsy website — artec-group.com
. The site was poorly structured and not very clear. We decided to start from scratch and make it user-friendly and informative. This website is our virtual embassy, which we intend to keep clean, neat, and always up-to-date. The web address has changed to artec3d.com to reflect the fact that it is completely dedicated to the topic of Artec 3D Scanners. Read more