In the past few months, we have covered plenty of app smart 3D printers that bring your designs to life. With these 3D scanners, you will be able to scan your face, body, and objects for fitness tracking, 3D printing, and other applications:
PIXELIO: pairs with your smartphone to capture objects in 3D for printing. It also works for 360-degree photos and time-lapse movies.
Occipital Structure Sensor: useful for 3D scanning, indoor mapping, and gaming. Simply attach it to your tablet to start capturing 3D scans of objects or people.
eora 3D: a 3D scanner powered by your smartphone. It creates 3D models that are precise to sub-100 microns.
ShapeScale: 3D scans your body to show where are you gaining or losing. You get a 3D photorealistic view of your body on your smartphone. The device makes it easier to keep an eye on fat mass, lean mass, weight, and other measurements.
Naked Smart Mirror: a 3D fitness tracker that scans your body and visualizes physical changes.
Hayo: 3D scans your home and turns everyday objects into smart home remotes. Hayo can be used to adjust your lights, control music, and automate things around your home.
Bellus3D: lets you capture your face in 3D and share it with others. It attaches to your smartphone or tablet to capture 500k 3D points on your face. Bellus3D uses DepthShape to reconstruct 3D shapes using an infrared light sensor.
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