The designer of 3D scanners Peel 3d presents Peel 2, a new version of its scanner which, with its three cameras, allows, according to the Quebec company "to capture the color of objects with a digital precision never before achieved for a device of this kind. category. "
Two years after breaking into the market with Peel 1, a professional grade low-budget scanner now successfully distributed in over 30 countries, Peel 3d is doing it again with a more powerful device that is just as easy to use as its predecessor.
“Peel 2 pushes back all technical limits and redefines the concept of affordable 3D scanner. It will appeal to artists who want to go digital as well as to medical professionals who want to digitize the human body, or to mechanics who work from existing components. It is by far the most complete entry-level tool on the market, ”says François Leclerc, head of the Peel 3d initiative.
Life in colors
Borrowed from top-level 3D scanners, Peel 2's new color capture feature opens up a whole new world of possibilities to its users. They will finally be able to archive the objects in high definition with their original coloring. They will be able, among other things, to digitize design lines and annotations that are on an object, or to follow the evolution of the coloring of a surface with precision.
The device also has three cameras rather than just one on the previous model for capturing ever finer details with improved resolution, a system that exploits the texture of digitized objects to improve its ability to position itself in the field. revised and improved Peel 2.0 software and space.
Peel 3d is a company created at the initiative of Creaform of the Ametek group.