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Artec and Linearis3D announce successful integration of their 3D scanning and photogrammetry solutions.
Artec is proud to announce that its professional handheld 3D scanners, Eva and Spider, are now compatible with Linearis3D’s photogrammetry solutions.
Following a series of successful tests Artec certified Linearis3D photogrammetry solutions to be used with Eva and Spider scanners, which will enable users to attain greater accuracy of scans in areas such as quality control, mass production, metrology, etc.
Linearis3D Photogrammetry is fully compatible with Artec Studio, which makes it easy to use these solutions as a bundle.
The Artec and Linearis3D system comes in especially handy when scanning large objects with smooth surfaces without distinctive features, such as cars.
Photogrammetry requires the use of circular targets, or markers, attached to the surface of the object. Eva and Spider effectively recognize these markers in order to accurately determine their positions.
The positions of the markers are computed by Linearis3D Photogrammetry based on photographs of the object. Finding the best positions helps make Eva and Spider much easier to use and increases the precision of scanning.
“We are pleased about the certification of our photogrammetric solution for use with Artec 3D scanners. Using Linearis3D Photogrammetry to scan larger objects with smooth surfaces will be facilitated significantly,” says Dr. Wolfgang Kaumanns, Managing Director of Linearis3D.
Linearis3D is a leading manufacturer of professional photogrammetry systems. Founded in 2007, the company develops and distributes systems for quality assurance, reverse engineering and deformation measurement. Its clients range from automotive and power generation companies to certification institutions. Products are handheld photogrammetry solutions from entry level software to maximum precision systems as well as stereo and multicam machine vision systems for live deformation measurement, quality assurance and positioning tasks. More information is available at www.linearis3d.com.
About Artec Group
Artec Group is an international group with subsidiaries in the U.S. (Palo Alto), Russia (Moscow) and Luxembourg. Artec develops and produces innovative 3D solutions and products. Artec has a team of professional experts in the collection and processing of 3D surfaces as well as biometric facial recognition. Artec’s products and services can be used in many industries, such as security technology, engineering, medicine, media, design, entertainment, fashion, heritage preservation, and many more. Shapify, the service for the creation of 3D models, was designed and introduced by Artec Group in 2013. For more information about Artec Group please visit http://www.artec3d.com.
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