3D scanning is a process of capturing a real-world object in digital form. This can be done with a variety of devices, including handheld scanners, laser scanners, and photogrammetry cameras. 3D scanning can be used for a variety of purposes, including creating models for 3D printing, reverse engineering, and creating digital archives.
3D scanning technology has revolutionized the world of art and design. Many of the special effects you see in Hollywood movies, the delicate artifacts designed by talented artists, and the sculptures you appreciate in museums were inspired by and created with the help of 3D scanning technology. With 3D scanning, artists and designers can create accurate and realistic models of real-world objects. This technology has also made it possible to create detailed models of people and animals. 3D scanning has even been used to create models of historical landmarks and works of art.
In short, 3D technology allows artists to fully realize their potential and bring their ideas to reality without boundaries.