In the media
How Artec Space Spider is digitally capturing an entire Pleistocene-era ecosystem in modern-day Los Angeles.
Maritime archaeologists use Artec Eva to digitally capture an ancient ship’s timbers in record time.
How the Dutch Royal Navy uses Artec Eva and Spider to reverse engineer parts and keep its fleet in tip top shape.
Artec 3D scanners are featured in an article on how scientists are creating new ears using human stem cells and 3D printing.
Engineering.com asks an Artec 3D reseller 5 questions about 3D scanning and gets some surprising answers.
Digital Trends discusses how 3D technology is being used for preserving endangered species of birds.
Xavier Harding from Popular Science shares his exciting experience getting 3D scanned with the Shapify Booth.
Greek Reporter talks about the collaboration between Threeding and Artec in a project to preserve ancient Greek artefacts.
An great piece from 3Dprint.com about how Thames Water in the UK use 3D scanning for checking the corrosion level of water pipes.
Craig Hlavaty from Newsfix gets a mini 3D printed version of himself after being scanned with the Shapify Booth.