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Arius3D Inc. announced the deployment of the company's first color scanning systems in their Utah and Toronto Service Bureau locations. This proprietary and patented syst...

Game Developer, Staff

May 2, 2001

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Arius3D Inc. announced the deployment of the company's first color scanning systems in their Utah and Toronto Service Bureau locations. This proprietary and patented system is based on Arius3D's core scanning technology (called Foundation); a new technology that simultaneously captures the true color and geometry of an object, with perfect registration, independent of ambient light. Based on technology developed by Canada's National Research Council (NRC), the Arius3D Solution provides photo-realistic, 3D digital copies of real-world objects using a proprietary laser scanning system. The results are unaffected by ambient light, giving end users color data, without light artifacts, at microscopic resolution. Data captured from 3D color point-clouds contains detailed color information, which can be used for such things as grouping, animation and part separation The result is photo-realistic, 3D, digital copies of real world objects, which can be used for a variety of applications including: the wired and wireless Web, video games, multi-media, film, advertising, product design, education, heritage, and manufacturing. Arius3D will continue deploying these systems to the company's Service Bureaus worldwide.

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