Fuel3D unveils enterprise 3D scanning innovations at CES 2016

by charlief3d Jan 06, 2016

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New developments include prototype 360 degree head-scanner, hand scanner and cloud-based processing

Fuel3D, a leading 3D capture and imaging innovator, today announced that it will be showing several key developments from its R&D activities at CES 2016.

The company, which is behind the award-winning SCANIFY 3D scanner, primarily works with organizations who wish to explore and deploy new 3D applications that support the introduction of new products and services.

At CES 2016, the company will show a range of new developments, showcasing the versatility of its proprietary scanning platform for a variety of potential applications. Product concepts to be shown include:

Prototype 360 degree head scanner
Prototype 360 degree head scanner
  • A 360 degree head scanning system that has potential applications in visual effects creation, custom headgear, gaming or virtual reality.
  • A hand-scanning unit that has potential applications in prosthetics, cosmetics or custom jewelry.
  • New software developments, including cloud-based processing of 3D images, which support the development of web-based 3D scanning applications.

Name plateFuel3D’s platform captures 3D data in under 0.1 seconds and offers unique capabilities for scanning subjects and capturing data at high resolution. The company’s work with partners has led to substantial advancements across a variety of market sectors, ranging from healthcare and academia to security and 3D manufacturing.

Visitors to CES can see some of the new product concepts in action at the Fuel3D stand (26920) in the Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall 2.

A private meeting room is also available to view and discuss future developments (no photos allowed).

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