Polyga launches the H3 Handheld 3D Scanner
Polyga Inc unveils its new H3 handheld 3D scanner. The H3 is an all-purpose handheld 3D scanner suitable for scanning people, artifacts, artistic objects, and mechanical parts into high-accuracy digital 3D models with ease.
The H3 handheld 3D Scanner completes a portfolio that already includes several 3D scanners such as the HDI Compact SI, HDI Compact L6 and HDI Compact C504 macro 3D scanner.
“We wanted to create a handheld 3D scanner that produces scan data as good as our stationary 3D scanners,” said Thomas Tong, President of Polyga Inc. “This professional handheld system uses our proprietary, multi-image scanning patterns for 3D capture that we’ve traditionally used with our stationary 3D scanners. That’s why the H3 captures high-accuracy scans in a single shot. The system produces equally high-quality data in both handheld and stationary modes.”
Powered by duo industrial-grade cameras at a high-speed of 700 frames per second, the Polyga H3 handheld 3D scanner captures physical objects into digital 3D models in minutes. Scan a variety of objects approximately 10 cm to 2 meters in size for industry applications including manufacturing, arts, archaeology, medical, computer vision, research, and design.
The key features of the system include:
- Handheld: The H3 is a point and shoot system. It’s convenient to use, and easy to pack and travel for off-site projects.
- High-Accuracy: The system produces up to 1.5 million points per scan with an accuracy of up to 80 microns (0.08 mm) per scan.
- Hybrid: Transform the H3 into a hands-free stationary 3D scanner. Mount the system on a tripod and use a rotary turntable for automated 3D scanning.
Lastly, the H3 is powered by FlexScan3D, the same 3D scanning software that runs all of Polyga’s stationary 3D scanners. Its high-processing speed from scan data capture to post-processing delivers a truly responsive, seamless 3D scanning experience.
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