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Captures the shape, size, and appearance of real-world objects or environments, and creates a digital 3D representation of them.

3D imaging uses various technologies to capture data about the object’s geometry and texture, such as lasers, structured light patterns, or photogrammetry.

Digitize physical objects and create accurate 3D models that can be used for a wide range of applications.

In real-world use, 3D scanners offers professionals with option to reverse engineer, prototype design, generate digital models and objects for use in VR applications and development.

Even in medical field, it is applied in producing custom-fitted medical devices can be created to improve comfort and functionality.

In entertainment, animated digital models are use in productions of virtual reality applications, movies and video games.

Manufacturers use 3D scanners for quality control and inspection purposes. By comparing a scanned object to its digital design, deviations or defects can be identified and analyzed, ensuring that the manufactured product meets the required specifications.

The diverse applications of 3D scanners as technology continues to advance, expands the potential use of 3D scanning making it is an increasingly valuable tool in various industries and fields.