CMU researchers develop 3-D scanning technology that detects light interaction

We are in the midst of a 3D revolution. There are a wide range of commercially available devices that are capable of sensing the 3D shape of an object and printing the shape to create a three-dimensional photocopy. As both scanning and printing technologies mature, it is widely expected that we will move from simple plastic photocopies to realistic renditions of objects that have complex visual properties.

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