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The Artec Eva Lite 3D scanner uses structured light to quickly capture textured and accurate 3D scans of medium-sized objects. Its precision, speed, and ease of use make it suitable for rapid prototyping, quality control, and just about any industry or application that requires accurate textured scan data. The Artec Eva 3D scanner was even used to help make the first 3D portrait of an American president, Barack Obama.
- Object Size: Starting from 10 mm
- 3D Reconstruction Rate: 16 FPS
- 3D Resolution: Up to 0.5 mm
- 3D Accuracy: Up to 0.1 mm
- Output Formats: STL, OBJ, PLY, and more
- Weight of Scanner: 0.9 kg
Eva vs. Eva Lite
Difference Between Artec Eva
The primary difference between the two scanners is that the Eva Lite doesn't capture the colour of an object due to a disabled color camera. The Eva Lite will only capture the geometry of an object, with half the 3D resolution compared to the Eva (0.5mm vs 0.2mm in HD). The Eva Lite works best for objects that don’t have textured features or unique or rich geometry. There are also some differences in the software functionality between the two scanners. For example, the Eva Lite doesn’t offer “Auto-Alignment” of scans, as well as “Fine” and “Global Registration” for texture in Artec Studio and adding texture once the data has been captured.
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