If you’re looking for a convenient way to scan, real-life, 3D objects, and create digital representations, these can be imported into your 3D modeling and 3D printing software. You might be interested in a new 3D-resolution color laser scanner that launched via Kickstarter this month and is now available for your reference.
The developer team at ASCAND based in Hamburg, Germany has created an accurate and powerful 3D scanner that uses the power of your smartphone to scan objects. Early pledges at special prices are now available for the smart project from around $102 or £87 (according to current exchange rates).
Say goodbye to having to cancel and repurchase a new 3D scanner for versions 2, 3, 4, 5 or ‘Next Gen’ versions. Just because you want to get the latest features set in the exciting and dynamic world of 3D scanning.
Traditional 3D scanners are stuck with whatever was put in the box during production. This is especially bad if you want to start out on a budget that gets your “feet” wet, expand into something less “DIY”, and finally dig into a professional solution that offers all the bells and whistles you can expect from the $1,000 investment traditional sellers require. “
If ASCAND’s crowdfunding campaign successfully raises the required pledge target and the project is completed smoothly, shipping is expected worldwide sometime around December 2022. To learn more about the ASCAND 3D scanner project, check out the promotional video below.
“ASCAND’s capabilities grow with every phone upgrade, with every increase in cloud computing power, and with every upgrade we launch. From a free community service for beginners to a pro plan for those who need it. Today, even the average single cloud bearer is much more powerful than a single PC.” The built-in panel in most current 3D scanners. And the camera built into a phone in your pocket is very likely to be much better than the one in an expensive 3D scanner box.”
ASCAND uses “laser triangulation” technology combined with powerful artificial intelligence and computer vision algorithms running on a scalable server network in the cloud. This network is more powerful than the single board computers that are squeezed into traditional scanners or the chips that power even the most advanced phones.”
For a full list of all available early specials, stretch goals, additional media and detailed 3D scanner specifications, go to the official ASCAND crowdfunding campaign page by checking the link below.
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