#CES2018: Twindom and Kodak join forces to produce the KODAK Full Body 3D Scanner

Today Kodak and its brand licensee, Twindom, announced the KODAK Full Body 3D Scanner, a simple and mobile solution designed for the 3D printed figurine market.

Twindom, the specialist of 3D body scanning technology constantly develops its offering of 3D portraits. As for Kodak, it’s been less than a month that the specialist of the photography entered the 3D printing market.

What does the new offering consist in?

The new offering consists in using Twindom’s 3D scanning technology to produce high resolution 3D scans that in turn are made into 3D printed figurines on a full color 3D printer. A cloud service makes it easy to manage by automatically processing the 3D scans from the KODAK Full Body 3D Scanner and routing them to a full color 3D printing facility.

Each 3D printed figurine is shipped to a customer’s home address 1-2 weeks after being ordered.  The KODAK Full Body 3D Scanner is well suited to be set up in a variety of locations, including at events with heavy foot traffic.

We’re delighted to be working with Kodak to bring 3D body scanning and 3D printing to customers everywhere, “said Will Drevno, co-founder of Twindom.

The 3D market is a dynamic and growing category,” said Joel Satin, VP Brand Licensing, Kodak. “3D scanning and 3D figurines are important sectors to us. The KODAK Full Body 3D Scanner’s ease of operation, mobility and competitive pricing positions it as an incredibly exciting and fun application for both professional and consumer applications.” 

Visitors can see the full body 3D scanner at LVCC South Hall 1, Booth #20612.


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Yosra K.

Passionate about new technologies, I discovered 3D printing through different professional experiences. Aware of the importance of this technology for today's and tomorrow's markets, it is with great pleasure that I share the latest news and analysis related to it, so that you in turn, can take advantage of it. #Staytuned #3DAdept

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  1. March 29, 2018

    […] less than a month of its entrance in the 3D printing market, Kodak joins forces with Twindom, its brand licensee, to produce Kodak’s Full Body 3D […]

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