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Introducing the Aeon Motion Scanning System

Introducing the Aeon Motion Scanning System

May 27, 2017 - Blog - no responses

We’ve been in stealth mode for the last 18 months. Working tirelessly on our new AEON motion scanning system. Something that has taken us over 5 years to develop from inception to reality. . Today’s inspiration: . The word aeon /ˈiːɒn/, also spelled eon (in…

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Photometric Scans to Real-time

Photometric Scans to Real-time

January 3, 2017 - Blog - 17 responses

2017 is here! We would like to wish all you all a Happy New Year. We’ve been super busy this last year. Helping other studios build scanning systems as well as starting to focus on video capture and finalizing our photometric scanning pipeline. All in…

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IR’s Digital Journey

IR’s Digital Journey

August 11, 2013 - Blog - one response

Where to begin?  I started my own company in 2007 called Infinite-Realities. Little did I know there was a recession looming… Red Harvest.

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3D Scanning Full Body Capture Studio

3D Scanning Full Body Capture Studio

April 9, 2012 - Blog - no responses

Well its been a long time since I have posted. Much has been happening, a lot of 3D scanning; people, teeth, props, and even more people. I’m also in the process of moving studios – same address just three or four times the space. Nearly…

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Why!? Why upgrade to Agisoft Pro Edition?

February 23, 2012 - Blog - 11 responses

I can hint at a few good reasons why it might be a good idea…

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LED Array by Merry Hodgkinson

LED Array by Merry Hodgkinson

August 21, 2011 - Blog - no responses

This weekend I had the chance of visiting London to see Merrys’ new LED Array. It’s fantastic. A really novel, lightweight design with great lighting and a fantastic control rig.

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4D Face Scanning

July 21, 2011 - Blog - no responses

Just did my first test today using a custom built camera set-up for budget 4D Scanning. Using off the shelf DSLR Cameras and an Off-line Scanner-Killer license. Each frame takes about 2 minutes to process. Roughly about 150 frames on this first test.

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