3D Systems Unveils New iSense Consumer Scanner At CES
-Discover #HowScanagenicAreYou with iPad-compatible consumer 3D scanner
-3DS physical photography device that’s easy to use and easy on the wallet
Tuesday, January 7, 2014 - 16:04
ROCK HILL, South Carolina –January 7, 2014 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) previewed today itsiSense™ 3D scanner, a new 3DS consumer scanner for iPad with seamless 3D printing optimization. The iSense is ideal for physical photography, empowering users to easily capture moments in every dimension. Created for 3DS by Occipital and powered by Structure Sensor technology, iSense can be used on anything and you don’t have to stand still or place an object into a box as required with other 3D scanners. Users simply attach the iSense to an iPad, and they can literally walk around and scan entire objects or environments obtaining a photorealistic copy of the real thing. iSense is powered by the same software as 3DS’ popular Sense scanner. The iSense will be on display for the first time at the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas, NV, January 7-10, 2014, in the 3DS booth 31424 LVCC South Hall.
“We are excited to bring a sleek new physical-photography device to iPad lovers the world over,” said Rajeev Kulkarni, Vice President, General Manager, Consumer Products, 3DS. “iSense has the most diversity in its class for scan size and can capture everything from a delicious cupcake to a full body selfie, processing in seconds to a 3D printable, and comes with powerful, intuitive software that lets the user crop and enhance with easy and automated tools.”
As the newest addition to 3DS’ consumer offering, the iSense fully integrates with the Cube® family of consumer and prosumer 3D printers and also offers direct upload options to Cubify.com for cloud printing in a range of materials including Ceramix, Aluminix and Clear.
iSense will be fully-compatible with apps designed for Occipital’s Structure Sensor.
iSense is priced at $499 and will be available during the second quarter of 2014 on Cubify.com and in hundreds of retail stores worldwide.