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Human Solutions develops bodyscanner with 3D depth sensors
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May '14
The Human Solutions Group has developed a new, contact-free bodyscanner to acquire the measurements of people in 3D. It is globally unique, that a scanatar is created in a fully-automatic process based on 3D depth sensors – and the scanatar’s dimensions correspond exactly to the body dimensions of the person being scanned. At only one second, the scan time is extremely short and the scanner takes up only 3m² of space. 
 
A total weight of only 30 kg and a setup time of less than 30 minutes with no special skills needed makes these compact new scanner systems ideal when portability is required. 
 
The software used is based on tested and proven solutions, supplemented by innovative approaches to the creation of customer-specific scanatars. The scanatars can then be used and virtually dressed in the Vidya simulation software, constituting a unique process chain. 
 
The scanner measures by means of optical triangulation (infrared light, 12 sensors) and is an addition to the existing scanner family with 3D laser technology. It is especially suitable for the virtual try-on procedure in apparel vendors’ stores. 
 
About the Human Solutions Group 
Successful products are customer-oriented and market-driven and the way to get there must be made faster and more cost-efficient.  In intensive development sectors like Fashion and Mobility, this can only be achieved through the right product and size & fit information in a continuous process – and the companies of the Human Solutions Group offer the perfect technologies to this end.
 

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