Has anyone worked with the isense 3D sensor for the ipad air ? I have one on the way and just trying to see if I need to recreate the wheel. The info on it does say that it puts out the correct file formats.
Once you get past the need to upload your scan to the cloud, and the +30 minute wait for processing- it works well enough. We were able to print a model with very little trouble:
Thanks for the reply. I see that what you said is true. I found and ordered an open tech. model that attaches to the Ipad Air just like the iSense does, from a company called OCCIPITIAL STRUCTURE SENSOR. From what I can read about their unit, it is hackable and open to all 3D printers. I’ll let you know how it is. Again, thanks for the reply.
I would recommend to take a look at “David Structured Scanner”. Even with my poor camera and regular projector I am able to achieve very good and smooth scans. The bad side is David software is not free. You can try it for free but you cannot save files.