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Making Sense: The First Handheld 3D Scanner

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Nov 13, 2013 01:02 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Nov 12, 2013

Further proof that 3D printing technology is moving alarmingly faster than we can wrap our minds around it, is the first hand-held 3D scanner by manufacturer 3D Systems. Costing just $399, and named Sense, the scanner allows the user to capture whatever strikes their fancy, and then print it out — Continue reading …




 

 

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Further proof that 3D printing technology is moving alarmingly faster than we can wrap our minds around it, is the first hand-held 3D scanner by manufacturer 3D Systems. Costing just $399, and named Sense, the scanner allows the user to capture whatever strikes their fancy, and then print it out via a compatible 3D printer. According to 3D Systems, “The Sense is the first ever 3D content camera for everyone, making it possible to capture people, objects and places on the go.” To which we can only respond, ‘people?’ Yikes.

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