With the development of 3D technology, 3D scanning has been widely used in related industries, such as reverse engineering, precision components and health care. At the beginning of the year, a customer used a Revopoint POP 3D scanner to scan his face and creatively make personal protective equipment (PPE) – the best-customized fit goggle – to protect himself during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to the potable and handheld POP scanner, the customer performed single hand scanning in the process, meaning he completed his face scan by himself, meaning scan his face by himself. It’s pretty convenient and makes sure the ergonomic fit of the PPE.
The DIY eye protection fits the face without any gaps
And the Revopoint POP 3D Scanner takes advantage of the invisible infrared light (the same light you used for decades to control your TV from a remote) to avoid intense light stimulation.
For customers who want to perform 3D face scanning, the POP 3D scanner has become popular because of its dual-camera infrared structured light. It’s pretty convenient for scanning the human face, body, and animals with a safe and invisible light source.
Also, with Revopoint POP 3D scanner, it’s really quick and easy to scan a human face in face mode. We completed the scanning of the face, and it took less than 20s.
The use of scanning technology to customize personal protective equipment is a novel and practical scanning application case. If you need a 3D face scanner to assist your face scanning or your other DIY creation, a Revopoint POP scanner would be the one best under $600.