Continuing our coverage of 3D printing at
CES 2018, 3D body scanning technology company Twindom and Kodak have launched the KODAK Full Body 3D
Scanner, a mobile scanning booth for 3D printing
The news follows Kodak’s first exhibition of
its full 3D Printing Ecosystem at CES 2018, about which 3D
Printing Industry spoke to
COO of Kodak 3D Printing Demian
From scan to figurine
The KODAK Full Body 3D Scanner combines
Twindom’s hybrid 3D scanning technology with Kodak’s imaging
and 3D printing.
The mobile scanning booth includes a special
capture laptop and a spare parts kit and may be set up in a
variety of locations, including busy ones with heavy foot
3D scans can be directly routed from the
scanning booth to a full-color 3D printer (including
the KODAK Portrait 3D printer), or automatically processed
using the scanner’s in-built cloud service.
Thanks to the Twindom hybrid capture
technology, a single booth can capture groups of up to 14
adults, and can even scan subjects such as animals and
children, which are usually in motion.
With fulfilment processed by Kodak, the 3D
printed figurine is shipped to a customer’s home address within
The KODAK Full Body 3D
Scanner. Photo via Kodak.
Applications for 3D printed
Twindom’s 3D printed scanners are used in both
commercial 3D printing and R&D. According to the company’s
long-term vision, everybody will have a 3D model of themselves
as part of a digital identity for online shopping, virtual
reality, gaming, health and fitness.
“We’re delighted to be working with Kodak to
bring 3D body scanning and 3D printing to customers
everywhere,” said Will Drevno, co-founder of Twindom, which
also offers its own Twindom Twinstant Mobile 3D
Joel Satin, Kodak VP of brand licensing added
that “the KODAK Full Body 3D Scanner’s ease of operation,
mobility and competitive pricing positions it as an incredibly
exciting and fun application for both professional and consumer
The KODAK Full Body 3D Scanner will be on
display alongside the Kodak 3D printer at CES 2018, in Booth
#20612 of Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall 1.
3D printed Kodak
figurines of scanned children. Photo via Kodak.
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The Kodak CES 2018 booth. Photo via Kodak.