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Discover the most popular 3D scanner in Artec’s impressive lineup - the Artec Eva.
Made for professionals who need a capable, versatile, handheld scanner with fast scanning speeds, high resolution, and processing all in one.
The freedom of Eva’s portability and easy-to-use point and shoot set up offers industry professionals a wider range of objects to scan and applications. From medical applications and forensics to CGI animation, the Eva brings the benefits of 3D scanning to almost any industry.
Named the “Best 3D scanner under $50,000” by iReviews, the Eva brings quality, accurate, high-speed 3D scanning with portable compatibility and processing built-in all wrapped into an affordable price point. The Eva was even used to scan President Barack Obama and help make the very first 3D portrait of an American president!
3D accuracy: 0.1 mm
3D resolution: 0.5 mm
Object size: Starting from 10 cm
Target-free tracking: Hybrid geometry and color based
3D reconstruction rate: 16 FPS
Output formats: All popular formats, including STL, OBJ, PLY, BTX
Weight of scanner: 0.9 kg
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