Structured blue light scanning uses a projector to cast blue with black lines across a surface. A camera on each side of the projector measures the lines as they curve along the surface. Each measurement scan can capture up to 8 million measurements within a matter of seconds. Multiple images can be taken while overlapping one scan to the other to cover the entire item.

Army researchers uses 3-D scanning capabilities to capture high-fidelity images

The U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center incorporates 3-D scanning systems to rapidly capture the shapes of objects for reverse engineering and quality control....READ MORE



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