3D laser scanning is—at its core—about turning a physical item into data. By bouncing a laser off the surface of an object, a software program captures the exact dimensions of even the most geometrically complex objects. The collected data is then compiled and used to create an extremely detailed, three-dimensional digital representation of the item. This process has a virtually endless catalog of applications, though one of its most promising uses is in product development.
With 3D scanning, you can create better products, reverse engineer complex models, and support rapid prototyping. This is one of the many tools we use to help our clients bring their unique product ideas to market. By perfecting a design in the digital space, we can create a cost-effective product for the physical one.