Reconstruction of the technological design of a complex machine, inventory of installations or quality control are time-consuming processes that require very precise measurements and calculations.
A 3D scanner is a solution that allows you to optimize technological processes in the industry, create new documentation or complete it, as well as make an inventory or quality control. All this can be done much faster and more efficiently, while maintaining a very high accuracy and precision of the measurement.
Thanks to modern 3D scanners, Wolf Studio is able to perform a very accurate measurement of even the smallest objects with complex geometry. We scan objects from a small mechanical part to entire vehicles or machines.
The result of our work is a 3D model on the basis of which it is possible to recreate the technical documentation of the product and put it back into production. The finished model can be analyzed, e.g. for strength, as well as modified and improved in the CAD environment.
The end product of 3D scanning consists of a point cloud, as-built inventory, prefabrication documentation, and a collision report.
The main advantages of using a 3D scan in industry:
High-quality 3D animations are the basis for creating computer games, special effects in movies, music videos and commercials. Well prepared and effective 3D animation attracts the customer, and in combination with a properly created message, it has the intended impact - encourages to buy, acts subliminal, evoke specific emotions, or engages the player for many hours of playing.
Wolf Studio, thanks to the use of 3D scanning technology, combined with the capabilities of our photo studio and the Motion Capture and Face Capture facilities, creates high-class 3D animations. The 3D models generated after scanning are characterized by a perfect and very accurate representation of textures, various and often complex shapes, as well as people. They are an excellent base for further modification in special software. The obtained 3D models allow you to create animations for the needs of an advertisement, computer game or film with many special effects.
Thanks to the Motion Capture and Face Capture tools, we not only scan shapes and textures, but also transfer naturally reproduced movements, gestures and facial expressions to 3D space. In this way, we create a coherent and maximally improved 3D animation.
Fast and extremely accurate measurements made by 3D scanners are used in medicine, both in the design and creation of a 3D model of the human body and its individual components (prostheses and implants), and as a diagnostic tool. The 3D scanner allows you to perform a scan of a person in a safe and non-invasive manner, without harmful radiation.
Wolf Studio has extensive technological facilities in the form of 3D scanners and a photogrammetric chamber. Digitaliization is a non-invasive and non-contact method of preparing three-dimensional models. We perform measurements quickly and accurately, and the technology used in 3D scanners is safe for the patient. In our photogrammetric chamber, we perform body measurements in a very short time, and the result is ready after a few minutes.
3D scanning is perfect for:
Works of art and museum exhibits require special attention. Properly stored and secured, they are not always available, even to historians and researchers. What's more, over time, their durability weakens and any attempt to inventory or examine more closely carries the risk of damage or destruction.
The solution to these problems is the digitaliization of museum exhibits. Thanks to the advanced 3D scanning technology, it is possible to transfer any exhibit of any size and structure to the digital world in a non-invasive and non-contact way. In this way, we get an accurately reproduced 3D model, maintaining its texture and all details. The digital model can be freely analyzed, measured, sectioned, rotated and enlarged.
At Wolf Studio, measurements are made using a completely safe, non-contact and non-destructive method of structured light or photogrammetry. We save the data in accordance with the requirements for model copies of the Catalog of Good Practices for Digitaliization of Museum Objects. With our scanners, we are able to go to any place in the world.
The 3D scanning technology allows you to save the exhibit model for research or archival purposes, thanks to which you can create virtual museums or art galleries, as well as catalogs of exhibits available to researchers around the world. What's more, each of the scanned exhibits can be printed in 3D technology, e.g. for blind people visiting the museum.
The 3D scan technology enables:
Photogrammetry is a technique that involves photographing the measured object from each side and building a 3D model using software that finds characteristic points and determines their xyz coordinates based on the photos taken. Photogrammetry allows you to quickly digitaliize the shape of an object of any size, and its greatest advantage is the ability to obtain excellent texture quality.
Our chamber is a device that transfers objects or people to the 3D world in a fraction of a second. The chamber consists of 64 cameras that simultaneously take photos of the object or person, on this basis they create a 3D model with high accuracy and perfect color reproduction. A 3D model made in this way can be used to create an animation, your own avatar in a computer game or a model for 3D printing.
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For 3D scanning of objects, where high accuracy is required, we use versatile and professional 3D scanners of structured light Artec Eva and Artec Space Spider. Their accuracy reaches 0.05 mm. These are handheld scanners that can be taken anywhere, hence they allow you to work all over Poland and abroad, as well as to scan hard-to-reach places and objects with a complex structure and various sizes, from coins and medals to cars, tanks and yachts.
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We offer laser scanning of large objects. We use geodetic scanners with a range of over 100 meters and measuring with an accuracy of 1 mm. Scanners allow you to make accurate models of objects such as buildings, rooms, planes and ships. 3D measurements of large objects are used not only in geodesy, but also in the gaming, industrial, museology and cultural heritage sectors.
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