HP 3D Scan Software

HP 3D Scan Software – Professional Edition v5
Transform objects into high resolution 3D models
Intuitive, high-precision proprietary software that automatically creates 3D models and enhances scan results for objects with reflective surfaces and supports dual-cameras for complete stereo vision.

• Intuitively create 3D models:
Scan objects in stereo vision to produce accurate 3D models with a
user-friendly software interface
• Incredibly precise output:
Capture the physical attributes of an object and identify noise to deliver precise, high-res 3D models
• Seamlessly fuse scans:
Automatically align and merge multiple scans to create a 360° watertight 3D model
• Improve results for reflective surfaces:
Produce quality scans for objects with reflective surfaces using proprietary structured light technology

HP 3D Scan Software – Professional Edition v4
Transform objects into high resolution 3D models
Intuitive, high-precision proprietary software that automatically creates 3D models.

• Intuitively create 3D models:
Scan objects to produce accurate 3D models with a user-friendly software interface
• Incredibly precise output:
Capture the physical attributes of an object to deliver precise, high-res 3D models
• Seamlessly fuse scans:
Automatically align and merge multiple scans to create a 360° watertight 3D model

HP 3D Scan Software – Enterprise Edition v4
Develop custom apps for your business
Easily incorporate HP 3D Scan Software Pro v4 into your workflows using this professional SDK that enables you to custom build applications for your business.

• Create tailored applications:
Enable your team to build custom scanning tools and applications to meet your business needs using a professional SDK
• Seamless integration:
Transform your workflows by incorporating 3D scanning software into your product design processes

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