3D Body Scanner and 3D Software


This is the NX-16, a dressing-room size scanner (Image source: tc2.com)

One of the big barriers to broader take-up for online fashion shopping is the problem of correct fit. But we are now seeing early commercial products that will address this problem. The TC2 3D body scanner is one possible solution – it is a 3D scanner that “scans the whole human body in less than 6 seconds and produces a true-to-scale 3D body model within minutes”. More details over at TC2.

Interesting stuff!

By Carruthers via Aide-mémoire

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5 thoughts on “3D Body Scanner and 3D Software

  1. epd

    I am a student from Hong Kong, I am interested in this topic. Here I have an idea want to share I think that high-end technology can also be apply to any kind of items as well.For example, when we are shopping online, some products only display low quality and less pictures, but we cannot really see the whole thing clearly. I hope that if the “Body Scanner” create the simulate product to online shop, and then allow online customers to Rotate, scale or Move, rather than just display some still pictures. That would be help global customers to see products more clearly.

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  2. Kinggy

    I am a student from Hong Kong, I am interested in this topic. Here I have an idea want to share I think that high-end technology can also be apply to any kind of items as well.For example, when we are shopping online, some products only display low quality and less pictures, but we cannot really see the whole thing clearly. I hope that if the “Body Scanner” create the simulate product to online shop, and then allow online customers to Rotate, scale or Move, rather than just display some still pictures. That would be help global customers to see products more clearly.

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  3. HANNAH GRUE

    Hi,
    I am on my placement year in university and wondered if it would be beneficial to the company I am working in to invest in a 3D full body scanner?
    RFD Beaufort is one of many; they go through the whole process from leasing with the customer and producing a design, to sending samples and organising shipping etc. The basis of the company is to help customers survive through the conditions they are exposed to.
    e.g. The air crew wear Anti-G-Garments which prevent the G forces (outside the air craft) from taking blood away from the head, by adding pressure to the body from within this garment. This garment helps the pilot survive by preventing the blood flow from affecting the pilot’s performance etc.
    The aircrew have requested some of the products that we provide, to be a different fit.
    Would you suggest it to be a good idea to introduce a 3D body scanner to enhance future profit and custom?
    Thank you for reading

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