With Artec Eva and Space Spider 3D scanners, engineers at NASA’s Hybrid Reality Lab are able to scan tools and other assets that are used in space and create 3D printed trackable versions that can be used to enhance training.
Scientists at the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) are working on the next breakthrough in 3D scanning technology, and they need volunteers.
In a recent study at Akdeniz University in Antalya, Turkey, Artec’s Eva 3D scanner was instrumental in the innovation of a highly accurate method of tracking the behavior of human facial soft tissues depending on the position of the body.
Dr. Ken Stewart, of the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh, uses Artec Spider to capture the geometry of ears with precision and design implants for patients with microtia, a congenital ear condition.
The Reader, a 6 m long relief on the facade of a Czech school, was 3D scanned with Artec Eva by Artec’s Czech partners ABBAS to be turned into a smaller-scale replica and reinstalled on the building during major renovations.