I (like beta user) received the new Revopoint scanner some time ago, the Range (beta unit) and a big turntable for the Body scan.
I have used windows software (beta) compatible with the new scanner (and to connect and use the hand stabilizer too).
Eager to see how this works I did a test with a sculpture, which I could scan using the big turntable (placed on a table, rather than on the floor). The big turntable was created for the body scan but, for those who need it, also to scan large objects (weighing up to 100 kg) such as sculptures.
The most immediate impression is that it does not lose track during scanning. The format of the scanner is much larger than other Revopoint scanners, but on the other hand, the scanner is really light. There are many new features of the software (which we will learn more about later).
After completing the scan, the point cloud has meshed. The cut of the base was made in MeshMixer.
Below is the result of this first test
Now, after this first test, I plan to use it to scan larger objects (in my case bigger sculptures). I’m also thinking about antique furniture.
Also, as soon as it becomes available, I will carry out tests with the Mac version of RevoScan.
the wood sculpture (really dark)