3D Systems iSense 3D Scanner for the iPhone

The iPhone 3D scanner for on the go

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  • Scanning for 3D printing
  • Simple editing
  • Automatic object recognition
  • Ideal for travelling

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Product information & technical details

Product types: 3D Scanners

Description

Discover tangible photography on your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6+ with the iSense 3D Scanner. Thanks to its ingenious design you are now able to capture favourite moment in 3D format.

Benefits of iSense:

  • Good scan quality
  • 3D scans available in colour
  • Easy handling
  • No calibration or configuration required
  • Easy editing

3D Photography brought to life with your iPhone

Always have a 3D scanner at hand with the iSense in conjunction with the iPhone.

Upgrade your iPhone

The iSense has a compact snap-on mounting to easily convert your iPhone into a 3D scanner.

Focus on the important things in life

iSense has an automatic object detection and ensures proper focus on less focused backgrounds.

Simple editing ​

The iSense Quick Tools software allows for easy editing. Crop, enlarge or sharpen your images for leave the rest to iSense.

The scanned model can be saved as a STL, PLY or OBJ file. Thus, the models can be easily edited or printed.

Please select only the corresponding scanner for your iPhone.

More information

Technical Specifications:

Scan volume: min 0.2 x 0.2 x 0.2 m / Max 3 x 3 x 3 m

Resolution: 640 (W) x 480 (H) pixels

Colour Resolution: 320 (W) x 240 (H) pixels

Operating temperature: 0 - 35 ° C

Operating range: 0,4 - 3,5 m

Warranty: 1 year

Spatial resolution x / y at 0.5 m: 0.9 mm

Depth resolution at 0.5 m: 1mm

System requirements: iOS 7 or more up-to-date

The iPhone is not included. The iSense app is available as a free download at the App Store.

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Did you know?

The concept of the 3D printer came about from an American inventor and engineer, Chuck Hull, during the s80s. He also founded the company called 3D Systems.