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Skanect 1.5, now for Windows too

Windows users can now enjoy the same new features as the Mac version, check it out! See our previous blog post related to the Mac release to get the full list of changes.

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Skanect for Mac is here!

We are very happy to announce the official release of Skanect 1.5 for Mac OS X Mountain Lion. This new version is optimized to run on recent models of Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, Mac Mini, and Mac Pro. At this

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Skanect has a new home!

Dear Skanect users, We are very excited to announce that ManCTL Inc., the company behind Skanect, has just been acquired by Occipital Inc, one of the world’s leading developers of computer vision-based mobile apps. Founded in 2008, Occipital is the

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Skanect 1.4: updated UI, faster CPU fusion, bug fixes

We are excited to announce a new release of Skanect, which includes many fixes, a reworked scanning feedback, a faster and more accurate CPU fusion and more robust tracking with failure detection and recovery. Here is the complete list of

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Great scans by Crowtrees Studio!

Crowtrees Studio have been scanning a lot of people in events, check out their facebook page to see some great scans!

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Skanect 1.3: CPU fusion

We are happy to announce a new release of Skanect, which now includes a CPU fallback of the fusion when a compatible graphics card is not available. While slower than GPU fusion, it can still be used in real-time with

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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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