At RTX 2014 we were given the opportunity to work in collaboration with 343 Industries (the makers of the Halo franchise) and the 405th Infantry Division (an amazing Halo cosplay group). We had a blast capturing some incredible handmade renditions of Halo’s spartan characters, and we were able to participate in a particularly special moment for the 405th as we scanned …
We had the opportunity at SXSW 2014 to scan some incredible cosplay costumes. You could tell that a great deal of work went into each of the costumes; and we were thrilled to capture every detail of them with our state of the art capture studio. Here are some of the results of our time in Austin!
Some of our clients prefer the classic “bust” print, so we will often set up our studio to capture a little more facial detail. This results in vibrant, lifelike head scans and exceptionally detailed prints that make the perfect showcase piece for an award recipient or donor or special someone.
One thing we love most about the beautiful prints we are able to produce is the opportunity to stage them in interesting (and sometimes humorous) photos. If you have examples of awesome photos you’ve taken with a print we’ve made for you, be sure to send them to us so we can share them with the world!
One great advantage of our custom studio is the ability it gives us to scan things that don’t like to hold perfectly still – namely pets. Scanning fur presents a unique challenge for us. Fortunately, our team of top notch 3D artists is up to the challenge and loves molding your favorite animal member of the family into a quality …
This is an example of a large object scan. We scanned this large (~10ft) statue using our photogrammetry process. We love opportunities to scan and preserve large landmarks and important objects. Some of our favorite customers are museums and historic preservation organizations.
Not long ago, we had the opportunity to scan some of our friends from the Digital Strategies team from The Richards Group. They enjoyed the process, and several of them have gotten prints from their scans which they display proudly to their friends and jealous co-workers.
Garden gnomes are so passé. A garden pope is a far more effective garden mascot. We scanned this very unique sculpture by artist Grayson Gary and hope to offer 3D printed replicas soon in our store.
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