Artec Leo is able to provide the most intuitive workflow, making 3D scanning as easy as taking a video.
Scan your object and see the 3D replica being built in real time on Leo’s touch panel screen. Rotate the 3D model to check if you have captured all areas. If you didn’t catch everything, just fill in any parts you may have missed.
Using disruptive VCSEL light technology, Artec Leo excels in its ability to digitize hard to scan textures, including skin.
This technology also allows you to regulate the intensity of the flash to improve the colour even further.
Artec Leo uses two powerful 3D programs and the very latest in Artec’s proprietary 3D algorithms.
Artec Leo’s scanning software has a simple touchscreen interface, which is preinstalled on the device for scanning and onboard real-time processing.
Once you have finished scanning, the data should be transferred to industry-acclaimed Artec Studio for editing, complex processing and analysis.
“Artec Leo embodies the next wave of the 3D scanning industry,” said Artyom Yukhin, president and CEO of Artec 3D. “It is intuitive, mobile, and, using our AI algorithms, it captures and automatically processes huge amounts of data all on a single device that requires minimal training to master. Leo’s next-generation platform is a massive breakthrough in the industry and we intend to build on this success to expand our line of smart 3D scanners. Our goal is to make professional 3D scanning as easy as shooting video for any industry and Artec Leo is the next big step in achieving that goal.”
While the scan can be seen on the Artec Leo’s screen, it can also be streamed to other devices, such as tablets or laptops.
This is a useful feature for those times when a large screen could be helpful or for collaborative work.
The scanner has a built-in SSD drive to store 256 GB of captured data, while micro SD cards can be used to extend the capacity of the device, something which can be especially handy for field conditions.
Built on the state-of-the-art NVIDIA® Jetson™, Artec Leo is the smartest and most powerful 3D scanner on the market, capable of processing large volumes of 3D data onboard.
“Our Jetson embedded computing platform pushes the limits of visual and AI computing and, through our work with Artec, real-time 3D capture, modeling and visualization is now possible in a handheld scanner,” said Lazaar Louis, product management lead for Tegra and business development for VR/AR products at NVIDIA. “This is important for a wide variety of industries, including industrial design and manufacturing, healthcare, science, education, animation, and computer graphics.”
Unparalleled texture to geometry mapping:
With the 3D camera and colour camera combined and directed through the same lens. This technology provides the most advanced texture to geometry mapping.
Built-in touch panel screen and simple interface:
See your 3D model being built directly on the scanner itself. Check your model, change the settings or touch it up with some simple tools in the easy to use interface on the touchscreen. Wirelessly connect to a second screen, for ease of scanning or collaborative work.
Built-in SSD drive:
Store 256 GB on the SSD drive. You can also extend the capacity, storing unlimited data on micro SD cards. Ideal for 3D scanning in the field!
A wealth of integration:
The head of the scanner can be mounted to a robotic arm or a conveyor system for automated 3D scanning, or synced with multiple devices and used in multi 3D scanner installations.
The Leo is about the same height (227 mm) and depth (163mm) as the Eva (262 × 158 × 63 mm).
The Leo is a lot wider at the top (228 mm) because the projector and camera are positioned horizontally, instead of vertically.
The Artec Leo is a great fit for engineers working on large pieces, architecture, aerospace applications and criminal investigation.
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