DRAFT DESIGN SOLUTION FOR AUTOMATED 3D SCANNING OF PERSONS

Abstract

This article deals with a process of designing an inexpensive device for automated scanning of people and large objects. The attention is paid to selection of technical solution of individual system components, from construction to calculation for motors of individual movement axes. The result is a device that allows automated digitization of objects with up to two metres of height, using simple and affordable hand-held scanners.

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