Paper 13.182

K. Ike et al., "New Traveling Type 3D Full Body Scanner", in Proc. of 4th Int. Conf. on 3D Body Scanning Technologies, Long Beach CA, USA, 2013, pp. 182-183,


New Traveling Type 3D Full Body Scanner


Kohei IKE 1, Masaki HAYASHI 1,2, Hideto KAMESHIMA 1, Yuji NISHIO 1, Yukio SATO 1,2

1 Spacevision Inc., Tokyo, Japan;
2 Keio University, Tokyo, Japan


In this paper, a newly developed 3D full body scanner is descried. The new traveling type scanner is the most compact 3D full body scanner ever of all time, and it consists of three towers. By developing a much smaller new 3D camera (projector and video camera), each tower became significantly lighter and thinner compared to that of our previous body scanner. Moreover, each tower can be disassembled into three separated modules each having one 3D camera. In addition, by providing a CPU in each tower, 3D data obtained at each tower is decentrally processed allowing the use of a laptop PC as a control computer, which realizes real portability of the scanner system. Moreover, an interpolation program of scanning data was developed so that the scanner can output 3D human body data without deficits.


3D full body scanning, portable, accurate, high-speed interpolating


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Proceedings: 3DBST 2013, 19-20 Nov. 2013, Long Beach California, USA
Pages: 182-183

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