Artec Leo is a 3D scanner that’s designed to produce precise geometric data with high-quality texture. It has a 2.4-megapixel camera offering a 24 bits per pixel color depth – enough to capture more colors than the human eye can distinguish, and in high resolution. To go a step further and achieve photorealistic texture and unbeatable geometry, you may want to combine Leo’s industry-leading scanning technology with the capabilities of a camera of your choice. With just a few clicks, you can do just that with Artec Studio’s Photo Texture feature.
To demo this, we scanned this vase with Leo, took a few dozen photographs on an iPhone, and combined them in Artec Studio 16. The whole process took about 22 minutes, four to scan the vase, six to photograph it, and twelve to process in Artec Studio 16. The result is a great illustration of the flexibility this feature affords users. The intricate patterns and vibrant colors are all accurately captured in splendid detail. The geometry is even better. Zoom in for a closer look to reveal the subtle contours of the vase’s surface, and even the barely noticeable seam along which its two symmetrical halves are connected.