Shapify Booth takes the spotlight at the world’s major amusement parks expo
Artec’s instant full-body 3D scanner Shapify Booth picked up a real lot of interest at the largest international show for the attractions industry, IAAPA Attractions Expo 2015, held in Orlando, FL between November 17 and 20, 2015.
Shapify Booth is a great revenue booster for theme and water parks, cinemas, museums and other venues with a heavy footfall.
Creating ready for print and Facebook shareable 3D models of customers, known as shapies, Shapify Booth is a great revenue booster for theme and water parks, cinemas, museums and other venues with a heavy footfall. A 3D printed mini-me figurine which replicates your looks and facial expression in the finest detail, a shapie is a new special way to keep the memories of life’s happiest moments, such as a day spent in a park.
Out of the 1,000+ exhibitors at the IAAPA expo, Artec is one of the few companies featured in a video report about the show made by Orlando's Attractions Magazine.
Out of the 1,000+ exhibitors at the IAAPA expo, Artec is one of the few companies featured in a video report about the show made by AttractionsMagazine.com, Orlando’s only magazine that covers all of the local tourist attractions. One of the two hosts of the magazine’s video blog, Elisa Goldman, made a 3D selfie in the Shapify Booth and interviewed Artec’s CBDO Andrei Vakulenko, who talked her through the process of making 3D portraits.
We are publishing an excerpt from the report. The full version can be found here.
University medical art students need accurate 3D models as a foundation for their work as medical illustrators. The University of Dundee teaches them how to use Artec Eva and Space Spider for creating 3D models.
A voluntary organization based in the UK, REMAP provides bespoke solutions for people with disabilities whose needs cannot be met using off-the-shelf devices, or via primary avenues of help available to them, such as the UK’s National Health Service (NHS).
Founded by a designer and healthcare worker, this Dutch company was set up to scan and print statues of women during pregnancy.