Paper A12.007

D. Bruner, "KX-16: 3D Body Scanning Using Low Cost Depth Sensors", in Proc. of 1st Asian Workshop on 3D Body Scanning Technologies, Tokyo, Japan, 2012, pp. 7-8, http://dx.doi.org/10.15221/A12.007.

Title:

KX-16: 3D Body Scanning Using Low Cost Depth Sensors

Authors:

David BRUNER

[TC]2, Textile/Clothing Technology Corp., Cary (NC), USA

Abstract:

[TC]2 announces in March 2012 the availability of its next generation scanner, the KX-16. It is a significant day in the history of 3D body scanning as the $10,000 price point is broken for the first time with a full body coverage, full featured, changing-room sized, color commercial body scanning product with worldwide availability. The KX-16 leverages the emergence of low cost 3D scanning sensors, like the Microsoft XBOX Kinect sensor which utilizes technology from Primesense Corporation.

Keywords:

3d body scanner, low cost, kinect

Details:

Extended abstract: A12.007.pdf
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Proceedings: 3DBST A2012, 17-18 Apr. 2012, Tokyo, Japan
Pages: 7-8
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15221/A12.007

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