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Lifelike 3D-digitization for small, complex and colorful objects – with Macro 3D Scanners from SMALL WORLD VISION
Lifelike 3D-digitization for small, complex and
colorful objects – with Macro 3D Scanners
from SMALL WORLD VISION
Insect scanner DISC3D
the original prototype
DISC3D was developed to innovate digitization of biological collections at museums and universities, especially insects and other small objects.
Since the start of the development early 2018 DISC3D was improved constantly, explicitly taking feedback from pilot users into account.
Today DISC3D is the only 3D-scanner capable of reconstructing filigree and complex specimens accuratly coloured and true to scale, resulting in a real digital twin with 15 prototypes in productive use.
With DISC3D you’ll be able to jumpstart your morphometric and taxonomic research and archiving activities!
DISC3D – feature rich scanning of macro objects:
- Automated focus stacking and full orbital specimen rotation
- Geometric calibration for true to scale 3D models with <1%* relative accuracy
- High resolution of up to 2,5 µm | 0,099 mil
- Color calibration for true color acquisition
*Relative deviation of a length measurement from the length standard, verified by several independent comparison measurements.
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Or do you simply want to send us an object for testing purposes? Feel free to reach out and let us know more about your application.
Highest level of detail
Optimized reconstruction algorithms reduce modeling inaccuracies while maintaining an incredible level of detail. How many spots can you count?
Our workflow in numbers
Our Team and Founders
Sarah von Hagen (M.Sc.)
Optical Systems Engineering & Programming
Dr. Sebastian Schmelzle
Sales & Management
Marc-Simon Stutz (M.Sc.)
Mechanical Engineering & Marketing
Prof. Michael Heethoff
Prof. Bernhard Ströbel
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