Like many people on this forum, you probably learned about the Revopoint MIRACO 3D Scanner Kickstarter campaign.
Following our previous reviews and showcases, Revopoint sent us a preproduction/beta unit.
A (sponsored) video is coming on our Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/3dvfMag alongside an article on Le Magazine Online de l'Infographie Francophone , but I’ll be sharing our experiments here along the way. So don’t forget to subscribe to the topic, more scans are coming!
Here are our first scans. Processed on PC using Revo Scan, no other software: of course, small scanning issues could be corrected using free software such as Meshlab, Blender.
Massive vase by Isidore De Rudder
This object is really massive (about 2 meters tall), so I used single shot mode, which I find especially useful in this kind of situation: it allowed me to scan parts of the interior by extending my arms as high up as I could.
I wanted to try the scanner on a variety of subjects, so I only scanned the upper part.
Sculpture by Jean Carriès
This piece must be around 1.75 meters tall.
Lots of interesting details, si I decided to focus on specific parts: here is the face at the top, I also scanned the small creature at the bottom right but I haven’t processed it yet.
waxed wood sculpture, behind glass
Quite a challenging subject: the sculpture is presented behind a very reflective glass panel. I used single shot mode and shot a few frames. Scanning items behind glass is doable but of course, you won’t get as much detail.
Near Mode, behind glass
A small ivory dyptich, esposed behind glass. Since there are fine details, I used near mode, even though I couldn’t get close enough to be at the perfect scanning distance.
More scans are on the way, so follow this topic for more examples!
And if you want to get the Revopoint MIRACO 3D Scanner: