From: Ping Fu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jan 03 2003 - 18:40:53 EET
Ernst is being funny but truthfully honest. In reality, you will
not find a
a turnkey system today that can scan a life horse quick enough to
achieve what you want to do. InYourImage has come close
to what you want to do, they built a booth with 6 cameras and
they scan people's head including children.
Head is easier because it is mostly a convex shape without
under side, and you can tell children not to move, but horse...
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
Behalf Of Ernst Mueller
Sent: Friday, January 03, 2003 9:11 AM
To: 'John Mastoloni'; email@example.com
Subject: AW: Scan a horse
The simple approch is: kill it, freeze it and scan it. I am not sure if
this is safe?
The actual data gathering in scanning an area with a white light scanner
takes, depending on the used system, typically from 40 seconds down to
one second. Our systems (ATOS and ATOS II) data gathering time are
typically 4 to 15 seconds (depending on the user selected parameters and
In addition, the patching of multiple shots is not well defined if the
Therefore the systems built for “engineering applications” are usually
not an ideal match for randomly moving objects and we recommend using an
artist to build a model. Then we can digitize the model to allow you to
start modifications or production.
For more details, please visit our web site’s application notes area at:
similar or keep us informed
With best regards
GOM International AG
Tel: +41 56 631 04 04
CH- 8967 Widen (Switzerland)
Fax: +41 56 631 04 07
Von: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] Im
Auftrag von John Mastoloni
Gesendet: Freitag, 3. Januar 2003 13:47
Betreff: Scan a horse
Dear RP List,
I was looking for a way to scan a horse. Does anyone have ideas that
are fast and safe?
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