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== About ==
 
== About ==
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"The VIVID 910 employs laser-beam light sectioning technology to scan workpieces using a slit beam. Light reflected from the workpiece is acquired by a CCD camera, and 3D data is then created by triangulation to determine distance information. The laser beam is scanned using a high-precision galvanometric mirror, and 640 x 480 individual points can be measured per scan. Konica Minolta's unique high-speed image processing chips have been integrated in order to ensure rapid measurement, and this has made it possible to complete measurements in 2.5 seconds (or in as little as 0.3 seconds in FAST mode). In addition to distance data, furthermore, this 3D digitizer can also be used to acquire color image data. Employing a rotating filter to separate the acquired light, the VIVID 910 can create color image data for 640 x 480 points with the same CCD as used for distance data."
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--Product Overview, [http://konicaminolta.com/products/instruments/vivid/vivid910.html Minolta Website]
  
All point data was edited using GeoMagic 6. See the links to access tutorials from their site.
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All scan data was edited using GeoMagic Studio 6. See links below for additional information.
  
 
== Procedures ==
 
== Procedures ==

Revision as of 12:31, 14 August 2006

About

"The VIVID 910 employs laser-beam light sectioning technology to scan workpieces using a slit beam. Light reflected from the workpiece is acquired by a CCD camera, and 3D data is then created by triangulation to determine distance information. The laser beam is scanned using a high-precision galvanometric mirror, and 640 x 480 individual points can be measured per scan. Konica Minolta's unique high-speed image processing chips have been integrated in order to ensure rapid measurement, and this has made it possible to complete measurements in 2.5 seconds (or in as little as 0.3 seconds in FAST mode). In addition to distance data, furthermore, this 3D digitizer can also be used to acquire color image data. Employing a rotating filter to separate the acquired light, the VIVID 910 can create color image data for 640 x 480 points with the same CCD as used for distance data." --Product Overview, Minolta Website

All scan data was edited using GeoMagic Studio 6. See links below for additional information.

Procedures

-blurb scanning procedures

-blurb point cloud editing

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-blurb exporting

See also

3D Scanner on Wikipedia

Geomagic Studio Self-Paced Tutorials

BCD at Media Forum