Pointfuse for DP
Windows app for converting DP scans to lightweight 3D meshes
Windows 10 OS
≈ $950 USD / yr
Android app for converting DP scans to surfaces / cylinders
≈ $999 USD / yr
Customize the right 3D scanner for your needs! With the hardware and software options continuing to grow, it's time for a review of the step-by-step process to set up your ideal kit:
1. Choose your tablet / phone:
The first step is to select a tablet or phone for use with your 3D scanning hardware and software. If you already own a compatible device, you're one step ahead! Just please make sure that your device meets all the minimum specs required, including a USB 3.0+ port.
2. Choose your 3D depth camera (or multiple!):
Each option offers unique benefits in terms of accuracy, price, range, daylight capability, size, compatibility, etc., so often times it may make sense to equip a kit with multiple cameras. Please click here for a more in-depth list of all the currently supported offerings.
*Requires Dot3D Pro license. Not compatible with Dot3D Scan.
3. Choose your 3D scanning app:
In our humble opinion, the most important part! Activate Dot3D Pro or Dot3D Scan on your tablet/phone to complete the package and enable instant 3D capture and editing capabilities. Please click here to download Dot3D, and here to subscribe to your preferred version.
4. Consider any applicable accessories and add-ons:
You may also want to consider some of the following optional accessories for scanning in the dark, extended reach, data processing, 3D meshing, scale bar targeting, rugged protection, etc.
In summary, you now have all the options at your disposal! Get up and running on a compatible device for as low as $400 with a D415 and Dot3D Scan, purchase a complete DPI-10 Kit with a perpetual license and tablet included for only $5795, or explore the many options in between to assemble the ideal kit for your projects. We expect to see continued evolution of these offerings and more, so please stay tuned for updates to this guide, as well as a new video series outlining the steps to assemble your kit on a variety of platforms.