Artec Scanning SDK 2.0

The powerful set of tools and libraries of Artec Scanning SDK 2.0 enables you to develop your own scanning app to control your Artec 3D scanner and process the captured data, add support of Artec scanners to your software, or create a C++ plugin for any industry recognized software.

Whether you want to scan for medical purposes, industrial quality control or reverse engineering, Artec Eva, Spider, Space Spider and L2 scanners can be easily integrated into your system.

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Full control of the scanning process

Choose when to start, pause and stop the scanner, turn on scanner notifications, and view frames, 3D meshes and texture.

Key post-processing features for a watertight 3D model

Save minutes to hours on post-processing with the sensational Global Registration algorithm, now featured in the SDK. Align multiple scans automatically, apply Fast, Sharp or Smooth Fusion algorithms, filter out small objects and simplify the mesh.

Make a textured 3D model

SDK 2.0 boasts ultra-fast texture mapping. Apply texture onto the mesh in no time to get an accurate, full-color 3D model.

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SDK application examples

3D Systems used the Artec Scanning SDK to integrate Artec 3D scanners into Geomagic Freeform modelling software. Now users can capture objects with Artec 3D scanners in Freeform itself and creature manufacture-ready designs all in one seamless workflow.

You can integrate your Artec 3D scanner into a robotic system to streamline and speed up the scanning process – the robot will move the scanner around the object along the optimal trajectory ensuring no poorly scanned areas are left.

The SDK is used in Artec’s instant full-body 3D scanning system, Shapify Booth, to control its four L2 scanners, capture the body of the scanned person from every angle and automatically create a detailed 3D model from the generated scans.