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Exploring methods of three-dimensional documentation (4)

All methods have their specific advantages and disadvantages, depending on the goals to be reached. In February 2002, we sent out a short description of our project to the following companies, asking them to specify if their scanning device or service would be appropriate for documenting small and large plaster sculptures in Museum situations:

3DD Digital Corp., Danbury, CT [Elisabeth Kaufmann, Satish Mysore]
4DI, Automation-Online, Chelmsford, MA, USA [Jim Atwood]
Chronosvision/Integrated Vision Products, Germany/Sweden
Cyberware, Monterey, California [Sue Addleman]
Immersion Corp., (Microscribe) San José, CAL, USA
Kreon Technologies, Limoges, France
Minolta 3D, Langenhagen, Germany [Marco Zajac & Stefanie Adolf]]
Perceptron, Plymouth, MI, USA
Polhemus FastScan, Vermont, USA
Riegl - USA [Jim van Rens]
RSI, Oberursel, Germany  (PhotoModeler, MicroScribe, Polhemus a.o.) 
   [Werner Lenz]
Roland DGA Corp., Irvina, CAL, USA
ShapeGrabber Inc., Ottawa, Canada [Marc Bisson]
Steinbichler, Traunstein, Germany
Wolf & Beck, Wangen, Germany


KLS 51 field of view





Kreon Technologies


We also collected information on the systems and services of:

Hymarc, Ottawa, Canada
ScanTech, Ringsted, Denmark
Eyetronics, Heverlee, Belgium
Arius 3 D, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada



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