Vancouver, Canada, November 12, 2013 – LMI Technologies (LMI), a leading developer of 3D scanning, measurement, and data visualization technologies, announces the official release of the new Gocator snapshot sensor product line. The Gocator 3100 series is the latest addition to the Gocator all-in-one 3D smart sensors. It simplifies automated non-contact inspection using blue LED projection and stereo scanning technology. The Gocator 3100 series is an industrial scanning solution that delivers 3D point cloud acquisition, measurement, and control decision capabilities in a single package. The first model available in this product line is the Gocator 3110, the industry’s first all-in-one 3D smart snapshot sensor.
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This compact scanner delivers advanced 3D scanning at a fraction of the price of comparable systems in the market
Vancouver, Canada, September 25, 2013 – LMI Technologies (LMI), a leading developer of 3D scanning, measurement, and data visualization technologies, announces the official release of the HDI 120 3D Scanner at TCT Show + Personalize today. The HDI 120 is the smallest advanced 3D scanning system using blue LED projection technology. The scanner delivers high resolution, accurate 3D scanning results at a fraction of the price of comparable systems. LMI is demonstrating the scanner for the first time at TCT Show + Personalize in booth G20 at the NEC in Birmingham, UK.
LMI Technologies will be exhibiting at TCT Show + Personalize on September 25-26 in Birmingham, UK. This is UK's leading show in Additive Manufacturing, 3D printing and product development technology. The exhibition showcases technologies and software for 3D scanning, digitizing and inspection for design and manufacturing. Our team will be at the show to demonstrate the latest developments in 3D scanning technology at booth G20 with the HDI 3D Scanners. Also, we have some exciting news to announce at the show so hope to see you there!
What makes this event unique is that the conference and exhibition are free to all visitors. For more information on the event and to register, please visit TCT Show website.
Last week, our team exhibited at Siggraph 2013. It was nice to interact with everyone at the show and to demonstrate our 3D scanning technologies there. The event brought thousands of computer graphics and interactive technology professionals internationally to the Anaheim Convention Center in California.
Scan Yourself in 3D
We want to thank attendees who came by our booth. We scanned over 500 people at the exhibition using a body scanning station that was powered by KScan3D using four Kinect sensors. The scanning process only takes a few seconds. If you are interested in learning more about the body scanning setup, please visit: Creating A Multi-Sensor Setup For Full Body Scanning.
The system's new hardware design improves 3D scanning performance.
Vancouver, Canada, July 23, 2013 – LMI Technologies (LMI), a leading developer of 3D scanning, measurement, and data visualization technologies, announces the official release of the next generation of the HDI Advance 3D scanning system at Siggraph 2013. This is the first HDI product launch since the acquisition of 3D3 Solutions earlier this year. LMI is demonstrating the new HDI Advance for the first time at the Siggraph Exhibition from July 23-25 in booth 819.
LMI Technologies will be exhibiting at Siggraph 2013 for the first time with the recent acquisition of 3D3 Solutions by the company. With an anticipated 20,000 attendees from across the globe, Siggraph is the year's largest, most comprehensive exhibition of products and services for the computer graphics and interactive techniques industry. It will be held at the Anaheim Convention Center from July 21 to 25. The exhibition portion of the event is on July 23-25. The LMI team will be at the exhibition to demonstrate the latest developments in 3D scanning technology at booth #819.
See Yourself in 3D!
At the LMI booth, attendees will get the opportunity to get their body scanned in 3D! The body scanning station is powered by KScan3D software. With KScan3D, you can easily scan real-world objects into digital 3D models in seconds using a Microsoft Kinect or Asus Xtion sensors. Visit us and see yourself in 3D!
The Rapid 2013 Conference and Exposition focuses on additive manufacturing and 3D imaging solutions held on June 10-13 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Rapid's show exhibition will be held on June 11-12. GoMeasure3D, reseller of the HDI 3D Scanners, will be featuring the new systems that are launching this year. Come to booth 307 for a live 3D scanner demonstration. If you would like to get in touch before the conference, please contact GoMeasure3D at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (434) 946 9125.
- Acquisition of 100 percent of the shares
- Expansion into rapidly growing 3D scanning markets such as 3D printing
- Access to fast 3D visualization and mesh processing algorithms
- Addition of FlexScan3D PC software as future platform for 2D and 3D image processing
VANCOUVER, CANADA, May 1, 2013 -- LMI Technologies Inc. has signed an agreement to acquire 100 percent of the shares of 3D3 Solutions (“3D3”, www.3d3solutions.com) – a leading supplier of 3D scanning software and hardware products based in Burnaby, Canada. The takeover deal will result in the integration of 3D3 by LMI Technologies under the LMI brand to create a powerhouse in 3D scanning, visualization, and measurement solutions for both inline factory automation and offline 3D scanning markets such as reverse engineering and 3D printing.
Interactive Photo Imaging is an interactive textbook for students of photography and interactive media published by Moshe Caine from the Hadassah Academic College Jerusalem. It provides a comprehensive yet simple overview of the transition of the digital photographic and imaging technologies from a passive medium to one where the creator and user alike may interact with the visual content and extract a richer comprehension of the content and context.
With Easter coming up, our team continued the tradition of scanning holiday objects into 3D models. Last year we scanned a pumpkin for Halloween and Christmas tree ornaments for the Holidays. For Easter and in celebration of spring, we scanned an art piece that included two sock dolls (a cat and a bunny) placed on a piece of wood.