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Scan on new Wacom MobileStudio Pro high-end pen tablets using the Intel RealSense built-in 3D sensor or Artec 3D scanners. Enjoy a free one-year Artec Studio 11 license as a bonus!
Product designers, CAD engineers and 3D sculptors will surely appreciate the results of our cooperation with Wacom Co., Ltd., the world’s leader in pen tablets and digital interface technologies.
We are happy to announce that the newly released MobileStudio Pro 13’’ & 16’’ i7 512 GB pen computers come with a built-in Intel RealSense 3D sensor and a free one-year license of Artec Studio 11 Ultimate 3D scanning software.
This means users of the new Wacom tablets can capture real-world objects in 3D, process the data into an accurate 3D model and modify it the way they want, taking full advantage of an array of creative tools the tablet is equipped with.
Wacom MobileStudio Pro was designed to handle large projects in 3D modeling and CAD applications, and the 16’’ display series now offers high-performance NVIDIA Quadro graphics.
Using the Intel sensor, you can 3D scan the object you need with speed and ease, enjoying the portability of the tablet.
Using the Intel sensor, you can 3D scan the object you need with speed and ease, enjoying the portability of the tablet. Processing the data will be a piece of cake for Artec Studio 11, our flagship software that automates most of the operations, reducing timeframes while guaranteeing the highest possible quality of the final 3D model.
You can choose whether to process your data manually or use the new Autopilot mode, which expertly guides you through the whole pipeline. Autopilot will ask you a few simple questions about the object you’ve just scanned and the type of model you’d like to obtain. Based on your answers, the software will select the necessary algorithms for the best result, and you can sit back and watch as a precision model is built in front of your eyes.
Wacom MobileStudio Pro was designed to handle large projects in 3D modeling and CAD applications.
Alongside the Intel sensor, you can use Artec’s HD 3D scanners to digitize a greater range of objects: Artec scanning solutions are remarkable for their ability to capture the most complex surfaces in minute detail.
Artec Eva, our best-selling and fastest handheld scanner, is best suited for larger objects; Space Spider is the hawk-eyed scanner for smaller items; and Artec Eva Lite is the budget version of our precision 3D imager which tracks and captures geometry data only.
You can plug an Artec scanner into a Wacom tablet, equipped with Artec Studio 11, watch your object 3D scanned in real time and then process the data to make a high quality 3D model.
Well used Ridgid power drill scanned with the Artec Spider. Scanned un-treated without any tracking assistance other than the color texture on the model.
If you need to scan in the field, it’s a good idea to purchase the Artec Battery Pack, which provides up to 6 hours of continuous scanning without recharging. The digital 3D scanner, tablet and battery pack make a truly powerful mobile scanning solution.
And what’s more, the intuitive 3D imaging software and hardware makes it possible for even newbies to learn the ropes of 3D scanning in no time.
You can watch this video to see how easy it is to start scanning with Artec and Wacom:
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