Iranian scientists at a knowledge-based company succeeded in the production of a 3D scanner to capture in three dimensions the full body of a person.
“The scanner can give the 3D model of a body. The system consists of two parts of a rotary platform and a sensor tower,” Mohammad Sadeq Shah Abadi, the CEO of the company, said on Tuesday.
He explained that for taking a 3D scan, a person should stand on the platform and the 3D sensor starts operation; then the rotary platform rotates so that the sensor can record the specifications of all parts of the body, adding that at last, a software will display the 3D model of a person.
Shah Abadi said that Iran has now joined the main countries which produce 3D scanners, including the US, Germany and Russia.
3D body scanners are 3D scanning systems designed to capture in three dimensions the full body of a person.
The result obtained is an accurate 3D model (also called 3D avatar), allowing to visualize the exact body shape and get accurate data such as body measurements, posture analysis etc.