3D Hand Scanner

Opens a world of possibilities
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

The possibilities for 3D scanning are infinite. Scanning body parts – especially hands – is tricky, because of their tendency to always be moving. The 3D Hand Scanner utilizes photogrammetry and projection to create an accurate, affordable hand model and it is the first scanner designed especially for this purpose.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Company: Vectory3; Pieter van der Zwan

People

Pieter Smakman
Researchers: Johan Molenbroek, Yu Song

Contact

pieter90 [at] gmail . com 

The possibilities for 3D scanning are infinite. Scanning body parts – especially hands – is tricky, because of their tendency to always be moving. The 3D Hand Scanner utilizes photogrammetry and projection to create an accurate, affordable hand model and it is the first scanner designed especially for this purpose.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Company: Vectory3; Pieter van der Zwan

People

Pieter Smakman
Researchers: Johan Molenbroek, Yu Song

Contact

pieter90 [at] gmail . com 

3D Hand Scanner

The possibilities for 3D scanning are infinite. Scanning body parts – especially hands – is tricky, because of their tendency to always be moving. The 3D Hand Scanner utilizes photogrammetry and projection to create an accurate, affordable hand model and it is the first scanner designed especially for this purpose.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Company: Vectory3; Pieter van der Zwan

People

Pieter Smakman
Researchers: Johan Molenbroek, Yu Song

Contact

pieter90 [at] gmail . com 

The possibilities for 3D scanning are infinite. Scanning body parts – especially hands – is tricky, because of their tendency to always be moving. The 3D Hand Scanner utilizes photogrammetry and projection to create an accurate, affordable hand model and it is the first scanner designed especially for this purpose.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Company: Vectory3; Pieter van der Zwan

People

Pieter Smakman
Researchers: Johan Molenbroek, Yu Song

Contact

pieter90 [at] gmail . com