Here's the latest from DotProduct. Read on to find out more about the release of Dot3D™ 4.0 Beta 3 with Intel® RealSense™ D455 support, our latest blog on How to Build Your Own Custom Handheld 3D Scanning Kit, the Dot3D 3.3.4 update, the new Microsoft Surface Go 2, comparison data from the DPI-10, DPI-10SR, L515, and D415, and our recent Knowledge Base article reviewing How to Maintain and Regain Tracking in Dot3D.
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Dot3D 4.0 Beta 3 will support the new Intel® RealSense™ D455
Thank you to all Dot3D 4.0 beta participants. We are glad to share that the next beta update (#3) will be available later this week, including support for the new Intel® RealSense™ Depth Camera D455. Please click here to register for beta access and receive notice of all updates.
Blog: How to Build Your Own Custom Handheld 3D Scanning Kit
With the hardware and software options continuing to grow, it's important to review the many offerings now at your disposal when setting up a DotProduct 3D scanning kit. Our latest blog outlines all these latest options for you: How to Build Your Own Custom Handheld 3D Scanning Kit. Please click here for the full article for your review.
Microsoft Surface Go 2 Now Available for DPI-10 and DPI-10SR
The new Microsoft Surface Go 2 "is perfectly portable, with a bigger 10.5” touchscreen, better resolution, and long battery life". This updated model is now fully supported by the DPI-10/SR and Dot3D Pro, and is available for order from DotProduct with your next kit.
Comparison Data: DPI-10 vs. DPI-10SR vs. L515 vs. D415
Please click here for initial comparison data between the DPI-10, DPI-10SR, L515, and D415. The same couch was scanned with each sensor, and the results presented in screenshots and DP data. This is a preliminary preview from pre-release software. Please stay tuned for more formal comparisons with the latest Dot3D 4.0 coming soon. These will also include full analysis of the new depth camera D455.
Knowledge Base Article: Maintaining and Regaining Tracking
In this recently added Knowledge Base article, we review the important procedures for maintaining tracking in Dot3D and regaining if lost. These steps can be very helpful, especially for new users of the technology. Please click here to access the full article for your review.