3D Systems Unveils $500 iSense 3D Scanner for iPad

by , 01/08/14

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3D Systems just unveiled their new iSense 3D Scanner, which allows anyone with an iPad to scan entire objects almost as easily as taking a photograph. The compact scanner snaps directly onto an iPad and can capture a wide array of objects and scenes-from a toy car to a full body selfie. The device, priced at $499, is on display for the first time at the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas until January 10th.

The iSense 3D Scanner was created for 3DS by Occipital and is powered by Structure Sensor technology, with the same software as 3DS’ other innovative device – the Sense scanner. And it can be used to obtain a photorealistic 3D copy of pretty much anything.

The scanner also fully integrates with the Cube family of 3D printers and offers direct upload to Cubify.com for cloud printing in materials such as Ceramix, Aluminix and Clear. Fully compatible with apps designed for Occipital’s Structure Sensor, 3D Systems’ newest addition will hit the market sometime at the end of 2014.

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Via Engadget

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