Artec 3D scanning solutions at CEATEC in Japan
Curious about Japan’s vision of the future? You’re definitely not alone. And you’ll be in comforting company at this year’s exciting Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies (CEATEC). More than your typical trade fair, CEATEC may be said to set the bar for innovation in consumer electronics in Japan, and with the program’s accent on IoT and CPS this year, the organizers continue to prove that CEATEC lives up to its reputation. At the forefront of this endeavor is practically every single leading vendor out there, be it in the sales of medical equipment or in automotive manufacturing. Each of the 150,000 attendees will no doubt find something for themselves and more.
This is why it’s a perfect venue to introduce Artec 3D’s versatile 3D scanning solutions. At CEATEC, Artec 3D’s partner Data Design will be demoing the best from the Luxembourg-based manufacturer. You’ll find two of Artec 3D’s most well-known solutions – Artec Eva and Artec Space Spider.
Fast, mobile, and easy to use, Artec Eva can render 3D images quickly, efficiently, safely. Based on structured light technology, it offers 0.1 mm precision, 1.3 mp image resolution, and video rate of 16 fps. It’s a smart choice for medical application, where quick, accurate, textured scans are often needed in design and diagnostics contexts. Alternatively, for even finer textures and complex forms, Artec Space Spider is an ideal 3D rendering device for tasks involving critical, intricate details. In particular, Space Spider is instrumental for reverse engineering small, details parts.
Now if you work with larger geometries, like airplanes, ships, and buildings, Artec has the perfect solution to you – Artec Ray. This unique, long-range, laser 3D scanner gives you full control with submillimeter distance precision from 110 m away. Also, noise levels are at the absolute minimum, which means swifter post-processing.
But for the supreme scanning experience, you have to try out Artec Leo! With Leo, you can see your object recreated digitally in 3D as you scan. In fact, it’s the first of its kind with onboard automatic processing. And with a reconstruction rate of 80 fps, it’s also the fastest in market among handheld 3D imagers.
It’s absolutely clear that 3D scanning will play a central role in future technology, in Japan and elsewhere. So, make sure to attend this year’s CEATEC and talk with Data Design to see how you can take advantage of the vast potential of Artec 3D’s cutting-edge imaging solutions.
When: October 16 – 19
Where: Makuhari Messe, 2-1 Nakase, Mihama-ku, Chiba, Japan