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Our best-selling handheld 3D scanners are now even better thanks to the new HD Mode. An industry-first, AI-powered scanning technology for ultra-sharp, clean, and detail-rich scans.
With HD Mode, your Artec Eva or Leo scanner can capture a broad range of objects flawlessly and in high detail: from smaller, intricate parts like thin pipes or valve handles, to larger areas with fine details like car engines or skeletons.
A perfect fit for reverse engineering and quality control thanks to clean, full data, scans can be easily fitted with primitive shapes and exported for further modification.
Depending on the job you’re doing and what data you need, you can now switch easily from basic SD scanning mode to the brand new HD for an extra level of definition and quality with your scanner.
With the same scanner, greater customization for exactly what you need is at your fingertips. If you're short on time or don't need fine geometry, are scanning outdoors or with limited battery supply, SD Mode has you covered. With the new HD Mode, however, your Artec Eva or Leo can be instantly turned into a far more powerful and versatile 3D scanner, capturing fine lines and difficult corners, in less time and with excellent geometry.
The new HD Mode is powered by Artec AI, a proprietary state-of-the-art neural engine for your scanner. Trained on hundreds of thousands of carefully selected samples, the engine’s neural network detects familiar patterns, surface details, and shapes, and allows your 3D scanner to reconstruct a far higher number of polygons per frame, resulting in 3D data that’s denser and in higher quality.
Introducing HD data density
Look forward to scans with unparalleled degrees of resolution, coverage, and detail when you pick up your Eva or Leo 3D scanner and turn on HD reconstruction mode. You have the freedom to select the desired density of your HD scans from a standard 1X density all the way up to an astonishing 36X for Eva (~3 mln polygons per frame) and 64X for Leo (~5 mln polygons per frame).