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The Best 3D Scanner Apps of 2022 (iPhone & Android)

Check out the best 3D scanner apps for iPhone and Android. They're fun, accessible, and great for photogrammetry!

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Image to 3D Model: How to Create a 3D Model from Photos

Learn how to convert images to 3D models, and give an extra dimension to your favorite photos. No professional experience required!

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The Best Photogrammetry Software of 2022 (Many are Free)

Check out our picks for the best photogrammetry software available right now, from free-to-use software to professional applications.

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Photogrammetry on Android Is Surprisingly Good

There aren't many 3D scanning apps for Android. Not that are any good, at least. One relatively new option, Kiri Engine, might finally have it licked.

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The Best 3D Scanning Software

Want to be able to 3D scan anything around you? All you need to get started is the proper 3D scanning software! Let's take a look.

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3D Scanning Camera: Turn a Camera into a 3D Scanner

Learn how to turn your camera into a 3D scanner. With an ordinary camera and some clever software, you can have your own 3D scanning camera.

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Autodesk 123D Catch Review
Autodesk 123D Catch Review

Autodesk's 123D Catch is an App for iOS, Android and Windows PC operating systems that can generate high-resolution 3D models using a series of photographs of an item

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3D Scanning the Statue of Christ of the Pacific Using a Drone

Jeff Cremer is a wildlife photographer who used a drone, a camera and modeling software to 3D print a replica of Christ of the Pacific.

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Oddviz 3D Imaging Technique Lets You Peek Inside Buildings

Like something out of a hokey sci-fi movie, this photogrammetry use gives astonishing navigable 3D scans of real buildings.

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Take a Virtual Reality Tour with UK Government Art Collection

Take a VR tour of a display at the UK Government Art Collection, the result of a collaboration with the Cultural Heritage team at Sketchfab.

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