A lacquered wooden chair scanned with Eva. To scan the thin parts, we laid it down onto the floor in order to get a background surface. The scan data of the floor was easily erased during post-processing. As you can see in the 3D model, all the wear and tear and surface irregularities have been faithfully carried over into the 3D model. Everything is here, from the "fingerprint of the wood," the woodgrain, as well as the knots, the style of construction, not to mention the glossiness of the model's lacquer, so realistic it's as if you could reach out and touch it. In less than 30 minutes, both scanning and post-processing were finished.