Yearly Archives: 2013

Skanect 1.2.1: bug fixes

We’ve just released a bug fix release: * Colorize should not crash anymore on big scans. * Exported meshes in the free version should now have proper per-vertex colors. Thanks for your bug reports!

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Skanect 1.2: OpenNI2 support

We are pleased to announce a new update of Skanect, which now supports OpenNI2. This makes it easier to use OpenNI compatible devices, and in particular the new Primesense Carmine 09. With a minimal distance of 30cm, and a sub-millimetric

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Skanect featured on NPR

NPR did a story about 3D printing and scanning in their morning edition of “All Tech Considered”. We had a lot of fun scanning their correspondent in Madrid, sending them the 3D model, and see the 3D printed result in

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Nice tutorial by Virtumake

Virtumake did a very nice tutorial for Skanect 1.0, many thanks!

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Skanect 1.1: plane cut and more exports

First, we would like to thank the many people who gave us very useful feedback. We listened, and we are pleased to announce a new update, with the following improvements: New plane cut feature to create clean object bases (see

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Minor update to fix GPU issues

We have just released Skanect 1.0.1, which fixes some issues with older GPU. Also, please make sure you have the latest drivers for your NVidia graphics card. If you still have issues, please send your log file (Settings / Open

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Skanect 1.0 is out!

We are very happy to announce a new version of Skanect. This is a major improvement over the previous 0.2 release, which include much better real-time scanning, coloring and post-processing tools to create nice models. Skanect can now generate models

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