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Creaform Publishes Technical Paper on its Technological Fundamentals

By DE Editors

Creaform has published the technological fundamentals behind its 3D laser scanner product lines. 3D optical sensor technologies are designed to capture a huge number of data observations on the surface of objects at very high rates.

Based on that number of data observations, Creaform says it has developed a new framework to generate very accurate points. According to the company, thanks to this technological advancement and based on the concept of intelligent measurement, it is now possible to deliver a very accurate high-density set of points, in real time and without noise.

“As a developer of innovative metrology-grade measurement technologies, we have based our research and development work on well-defined and innovative technological principles, which has led to the release of several successful and highly accurate, reliable 3D optical measurement technologies over the years,” said Marco St-Pierre, vice president, Innovation & Technologies at Creaform.

Creaform’s president Charles Mony first introduced our technological fundamentals in a presentation he made during the 2011 Coordinate Metrology Society Conference last July in the United States. The related technical paper was eventually selected by the Journal of CMSC’s editorial team to be published in the fall edition of the magazine.

For more information, visit Creaform.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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