and are pleased to announce the beginning of their collaboration to integrate Autodesk Reality Computing software and Artec’s hand-held 3D scanners and . The project involves tight integration between capture devices and post-processing software to provide users with the best integrated experience and all-in-one solution. The collaboration will be initiated with the integration of Artec’s handheld scanners in Autodesk’s . It will be marked by the presence of body scanning booth at the in Paris, France on October 9-23, 2014.
Project Memento aims to offer an end-to-end, all-in-one solution for converting any reality capture input (photos, scans) into high-resolution 3D mesh models. Its core engine and data structure are built from the ground-up to support huge mesh datasets that are the standard result when converting reality data into a mesh. Memento has a focused toolset to clean up, fix mesh errors, and prepare /optimize the generated models for the Web and for mobile experiences, further design, or for fabrication.
Artec’s hand-held 3D scanners boast both high accuracy and high resolution. They can be used with CAD applications, for quality control purposes, and highly-detailed CG scenes. Recently, Artec’s latest product, the Shapify Booth body scanner, was installed in UK supermarkets Asda, delighting shoppers by making precise 3D-printed selfies — “shapies” — of them and their families.
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As with their collaboration, Artec’s vision of making 3D technology universally accessible aligns with Autodesk’s ideas to help people imagine, design, and create a better world.
Artec is showcasing its Shapify Booth at a specially curated exhibition by Autodesk this October focusing on the latest innovations in the world of 3D