Some of our readers might remember the 3D Systems Sense Scanner that was first unveiled late last year. Now the creators of the handheld 3D scanning device have announced that it is now supported by Apple Mac systems.
The 3D System Sense Scanner is capable of scanning objects up to 10 x 10ft enabling Mac users to scan the world around them and transform it into a digital files for just $399 that can then be 3D printed, using STL files and PLY file formats.
Sense files can be sent to the Cube and CubeX 3D printers, or directly uploaded to Cubify website for cloud printing in a range of materials, including Ceramix, Aluminix and Clear.
The Sense software V1.1 now features Mac support and offer users other enhancements, tweaks and features. Including improved scan tracking and stability, upgraded auto-enhancement for correct brightness and colour.
“Discover the power of physical photography with the Sense 3D scanner. Savor every dimension of your favorite memories: Graduation day. Wedding day. Bringing home baby. Holidays. Trips around the world. All with your Sense, all in 3D.”
For more information on the new Sense 3D handheld scanner jump over to the Cubify website for details.
Source: CubifyFiled Under: Technology News, Top News