Dfodaro - Beta Showcase MIRACO 3D Scanner - ART - SCULPTURE - CULTURAL HERITAGE

Unboxing MIRACO 3D Scanner

Please note that this is a beta prototype, and the product ID and packaging are for reference only. The final mass-produced version may have differences.

Pre order MIRACO now on Revopoint official website: Revopoint MIRACO: Big and Small Object Standalone 3D Scanning

Revopoint’s new scanner has finally arrived.
New in all respects: the latest of the Revopoint branded scanners and with a completely different format and functionality to its predecessors.

MIRACO is the world’s lightest standalone 3D scanner at only 750 gr.

The package is the largest and heaviest of the Revopoint scanners.

The contents of the standard edition are rich and comprehensive:

the MIRACO scanner with a design similar to an old-style professional camera

The power cable with adapters

USB C cable

HDMI cable to connect MIRACO to an external monitor

Calibration tables

Markers

Magic pad (the big one rectangular and the circle for the turntable)

Turntable

Handle tripod

Front view with on side comfortable handles and up the sensors, ir projector, camera etc

The other side with LCD panel (with hinge, and adjustable angle)

All open

Left side with USB C (for power supply, computer connection and HDMI connection)

Down-side with the standard screw attachment, for photo tripod

Up-side with start/stop scanning button (really convenient, especially when using single-shot mode)

Rigth side with on/off button

Startup screen

MIRACO is two scanners in one, and is designed to scan small and large objects:

❖ Small Objects (Size): Display scans of small objects such as rings, coins, dolls, historical items, and fossils.
❖ Large objects (Size): Shows scans of large objects such as people, cars, car parts, larger vehicles, rooms, damaged objects, tools and tool parts, etc.

Turned on and in the scan screen

Fusing screen

Editing screen

My carry/protection case - bought on amazon (NOT in the original set Revopoint)

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MIRACO SCANNING in MUSEUM

Antonio Canova self-portrait, plaster model - Museo di Roma

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Author: Antonio Canova (Possagno 1757 - Venice 1822)
Type: Sculpture
Age: 1812
Material and technique: plaster model, plaster cast
Size: 89 cm high; 47 cm high; 39 cm wide

PS: Being very close to the wall it was not possible to scan the back of the bust

Single Module device, far mode, continuous, standard accuracy
Light condition: Artificial and natural light (left by window)

The scan was edited and processed on pc

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Repeated until overlapping points are eliminated

After cleaning before meshing

Meshing
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The final result:WOW!

MeshMixer

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Ottimo lavoro ! :clap: :clap: :clap:

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MIRACO SCANNING in MUSEUM

Endymion. The front panel of a so-called “Braschi sarcophagus” - Museo di Roma

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Author: Anonymous
Type: Sculpture
Material and technique: Carved marble
Age: Ca. 250 CE.
Size: 63 cm × 214 cm × 57 cm.

Single Module device, far mode, continuous, standard accuracy
Light condition: Artificial and natural light (on the side from large windows)

The scan was edited and processed on pc

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Fused

Repeated until overlapping points are eliminated

After cleaning

Meshing
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Meshed

MeshMixer

MeshLab

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MIRACO SCANNING in MUSEUM

Carlotta de’ Medici Lenzoni - portrait, plaster model - Museo di Roma

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Author: Pietro Tenerani (Torano di Carrara 1789 - Rome 1869)
Type : Sculpture
Age: 1822
Material and technique: plaster model of the marble bust
Size: 52 cm high x 40 cm wide

Single Module device, near mode, single-shot, standard accuracy

Light condition: Artificial, spot light and strong shadows

Raw

Fusion
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Fused


Repeated until overlapping points are eliminated

After cleaning

Meshing
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Meshed

MeshMixer

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MIRACO SCANNING in MUSEUM

Pope Innocenzo XII - portrait, terracotta model - Museo di Roma

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Author: Domenico Guidi (attributed) (Torano di Carrara 1625 - Rome 1701)
Type: Sculpture
Age: Ca 1694 - 1696
Material and technique: terracotta, modelled
Size: height 63 cm; width 56 cm; depth 40 cm

Single Module device, near and far mode, continuous, standard accuracy

Light condition: Artificial mixed with natural (backlight)

"The scan was edited and processed on pc**

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Testing One-click Edit
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MeshMixer

MeshMixer - fused at 0,26 - advanced

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I am jealous you have access to all this. Pretty cool!!

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Lovely scans. Really impressive skills you have.

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MIRACO SCANNING in MUSEUM

The souls that fly to heaven - Plaster model - Museo di Roma

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Author: Pietro Tenerani (Torano di Carrara 1789 - Rome 1869)
Type: Sculpture
Age: 1825
Material and technique: Plaster cast
Subject: Plaster model for the marble relief of the tomb monument of Princess Czartoryski
Size: 136 x 110.5 x 13 cm

Single Module device, far mode, continuous, standard accuracy
Light condition: Artificial

"The scan was edited and processed on pc**

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After fusing and cleaning

Meshing
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Meshed

MeshMixer

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Thanks Andrew

Thanks Sam!

Someone is rocking today … great scans Davide !

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Thanks Caharina! Your appreciation gives me, always, great pleasure (you being a Master!)

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Very Nice scans Davide ! Congratulations :tada:

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Thanks Sébastien!

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Your really knocking it out with the scans. Great job and scans.

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Great scans Davide! And it’s so good that you show the dimensions clearly. :+1: :+1: :+1:

Thank you so much!

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MIRACO SCANNER - Scanning, Fusing, Editing, Meshing a Sculpture: ALL WITHOUT the PC — in just over twenty minutes!!

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Author: Yiannis Nanouris
Type: Sculpture
Age: XXI century
Material and technique: Terracotta, clay modelled and baked
Size: 20 cm

Single Module device, near mode, single-shot, standard accuracy

The 3D scan of the sculpture, and all subsequent operations, was recorded with MIRACO’s screen recording mode.

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Thanks Jermaul!

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MIRACO SCANNING “SAFARI” - around downtown Rome

Renaissance age - polished marble - bas-relief - trophy of weapons - Santa Maria in Trastevere basilica

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Author:
Type : Sculpture
Age: Renaissance
Material and technique: Carved and polished marble
Size: central panel 100 cm wide

Single Module device, near mode, continuos, standard accuracy
Light condition: Artificial
The scan was edited and processed on pc

Raw

Fusion
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Cleaning before meshing

Meshing
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Meshed

From Raw to Mesh

MeshLab

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