HD 3D printed portraits and TwinProtect are now part of Twindom’s offering
With HD Retouching and TwinProtect, Twindom aims to give 3D prints more pop and UV/water resistance. The 3D body scanning specialist used a beta program to test these features among a select group customer. The latter used its full-body 3D scanners to print 3D portraits.
This service makes 3D portraits UV/water resistant. One downside of full-color 3D prints from the Projet 660, the only acceptable printer for 3D portraits, is that if prints are exposed to humidity or direct sunlight for prolonged periods, the color can fade.
If you leave for instance your 3D portrait on a windowsill, TwinProtect can prevent it from deterioration by sealing in color and making the prints more resistant to the elements.
Designed for 3D portrait businesses, HD Retouching works by running the scan data through an advanced set of algorithms that are trained on the large set of past scans that Twindom has helped to process.
Whatever the algorithms don’t catch, a senior 3D artist from Twindom fixes. The two-part process goes beyond Twindom’s Basic Retouching by texturizing hair, enhancing face details, and emphasizing clothing creases.
Once complete, the 3D portrait business gets a notification to make comments if additional revisions are needed. Next, it’s passed off to Twindom’s global network of 3D print partners and shipped to the 3D portrait business or end customer.
“To our customers, details are everything and to us, reputation is everything. With HD retouching, the extra effort and attention to detail translate into a higher quality PocketMe product and preserves our good name,” said Dylan Saloner, CEO of 3D portrait business, PocketMe and a Twindom custome.
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