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Recommendations for a good portable 3D scanner ?

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Morning all !

I hope this is the right section of the Forum.

I wanted to ask you guys for your advice.

Im using a portable Artec 3d scanner at the moment to scan body parts.

Problem is...... when I scan, if I move too fast the scanner gets confused and looses Focus... if I move too slow, the software collects too much data and kills my Computer.

I was wondering is there any new cool little 3d portable scanner that simply takes a clean accurate scan of a persons... leg for example without taking 20 minutes to make the scan and another 40 minutes for the computer to choke on the data...

so accuaret.... smart... fast....

Any ideas guys ?

Thank You.

Ian :)

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