acquires 360 degree trunk and limbs with +/- 1mm accuracy.
is back (new incarnation?). The have a nicely packaged accordian fringe system.
Minolta now sells their system for high-end applications. The technology
promises to be more tolerant of lighting and shinely parts.
EOIS makes the mini-moire non-contact
probe for portable measurement arms. They also have 'The Handy' handheld
digitizer that uses a digital camera for data capture and storage. EOIS
technology sold to Opton Co Ltd of Japan in 2001.
Eyetronics sells the ShapeCam and
the SnapeSnatcher Suite Software. ShapeCam consists of a digital camera and a
specially designed flash device mounted on a lightweight frame. Photos
captured with the portable ShapeCam are processed and assembled in 3D with the
SnapeSnatcher Suite. The suite handles alignment and stitching of scans,
polygon reduction, texturemapping, and surface extrusion.
VXTechnologies (formerly VX Optronics) StarCam
Uses a pair of cameras to triangulate the dot pattern projected by an inexpensive LCD projector.
The system is available with an internal optical reference to help with thermal calibration