Is it possible? A 3D scanner that sees the world almost as instantly as you do?
For years, engineers have thought about the day when 3D scanners reach a level of technical excellence so incredible that we can just pick up a full color scanner, plug it into a laptop computer and start scanning.
It’s a moment we’re able to realize today. With Eva. More specifically, the Eva 3D Scanner from Artec.
Point, shoot and scan 300,000 points in one second.
Since Eva eliminates any need for marking or calibration, you’ve got a lightweight, portable 3D scanning solution in the palm of your hand that can capture high quality data in real-time, at up to 16 frames every second or 300,000 points of data.
This kind of instantaneous frame alignment has exciting applications for industries not limited to:
Graphics and animation special effects
Medical and biomechanical research
Born to be a fixture. But never fixed in one place.
Beyond the remarkable speed and accuracy of the Artec scanner, another terrific feature is its ability to move in lockstep with your needs and capture motion in 3D. The part and scanner moves at the same time, so there’s no need to fixate it in one stationary place in order to get exceptional motion capture. And with its ergonomic design and available battery, Evan can be operated in a variety of remote environments.
How else is Eva evolving 3D?
Eva doesn’t even view the world in the same way as a traditional 3D scanner does. Here’s how:
While a traditional 3D device will scan an image as separate slices and then re-assemble the object, Artec’s Eva model will project a calibrated grid onto the object. As the grid’s squares bend, a camera simultaneously captures 200,000 color pixels every fifteenth of a second.
Consequently, Eva can pick up on the slightest of distortions to capture subtle changes in shape, shading, texture and depth, like a wrinkle in an article of clothing or an object that impacted by different light sources.
With the arrival of Eva, what Artec has delivered is a scanner that Exact Metrology is already utilizing on a variety of 3D projects to fully factor in all the elements of the object’s environment. It also provides us with full editing and exporting of the data we capture as well.
Eva By The Numbers
Only 850 grams (1.9 lbs)
Captures 288,00 data points per second
Frame rate of up to 16 fps
Zero markers, EM tracking or calibration
Color information capture at 24 bits per pixel
Resolution of 1.3 megapixels
Object scan of up to 16 frames per second
A working distance of .4 – 1 m.
Furthest range of 536mm x 371mm
For more information on Eva or the complete line of Artec 3D Scanners, please visit our Artec microsite: www.exact3Dscanner.com.