Turns Your Smartphone into A Mobile 3D Scanner 3D scanning aims to capture the geometry of the 3D world However most existing solutions require a complicated setup are often hard to use and might not always work outdoors Marc Pollefeys professor at the Institute for Visual Computing and his group found a way to develop a software that works with existing smartphone technology that allows the user to scan a 3D model almost as easy as taking a photograph The technology was demonstrated publicly for the first time on the 4th of December 2013 at the International Conference on Computer Vision in Sydney Australia

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... Turns Your Smartphone into A Mobile 3D Scanner ...

3D scanning aims to capture the geometry of the 3D world. However, most existing solutions require a complicated setup, are often hard to use and might not always work outdoors. Marc Pollefeys, professor at the Institute for Visual Computing and his group found a way to develop a software that works with existing smartphone technology that allows the user to scan a 3D model almost as easy as taking a photograph. The technology was demonstrated publicly for the first time on the 4th of December 2013 at the International Conference on Computer Vision in Sydney, Australia.

... Turns Your Smartphone into A Mobile 3D Scanner ... 3D scanning aims to capture the geometry of the 3D world. However, most existing solutions require a complicated setup, are often hard to use and might not always work outdoors. Marc Pollefeys, professor at the Institute for Visual Computing and his group found a way to develop a software that works with existing smartphone technology that allows the user to scan a 3D model almost as easy as taking a photograph. The technology was demonstrated publicly for the first time on the 4th of December 2013 at the International Conference on Computer Vision in Sydney, Australia.

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