Thor3D is best known for introducing the first-ever wireless, hand-held 3D scanner on the market and creating innovative 3D imaging technology.
Thor3d devices use an approach called «structured light» to build a 3D surface. Although, this method is widely used in other 3D scanners, Thor3D team has super-charged it (and patented it), allowing their scanners to surpass all others on the market. The basic concept is as follows: 1. A light pattern is projected onto an object using a built-in projector. 2. The light bounces back, and the built-in cameras, capture the deformation of the light grid. 3. This deformation is analysed in real-time by powerful algorithms. 4. This is done continuously (10 to 30 times per second depending on the scanner), so a 3D image begins to take shape immediately on a built-in screen, as the scanner is taken around the object.
Thor3D scanners help professionals to save time and reduce costs in various applications. Typical application areas (not limited to) are in:
Calibry 3D scanner
Professional, affordable and easy to use
Calibry is a hand-held 3D scanner meant to capture medium and large objects (from 20cm to 10m in length). It was specifically designed to make professional quality available to engineers, medical professionals and educators.
Calibry achieves up to 0,6 mm resolution, has a build-in texture camera, and can collect up to 3 million points per second. It guarantees users fast and accurate results (up to 0,1 mm).
Here are 6 more reasons why Calibry is great:
Scans historically difficult objects like black / shiny / furry items and sharp edges
Lightweight and easy to use
Proprietary camera and brilliant texture
Powerful, professional software included in the price of scanner
Calibry Mini is a hand-held 3D scanner designed to digitize small objects (from 2 cm to 30 cm in length). Blue LED lights ensure high quality of captured data and build-in touchscreen makes scanning easier. The device is lightweight, dependable, and simple to learn.
Calibry mini has three scanning modes (texture, geometry, and markers), which enables the user to scan almost any object within the scanner’s field of view.
Calibry Mini achieves up to 0,15 mm resolution and up to 0.07 mm accuracy.
Calibry Mini would be perfect for:
Schools & Universities
Museums and archaeologists
Anybody who needs to scan relatively small objects