Body SCAN Digital three-dimensional replicasof the human body Be it 3D figures as printed objects d’art, as promotional items or as a data basis for virtual special effects in the film industry — personalized 3D data provides a wide spectrum of fascinating application possibilities. Using a breuck mann body SCAN allows for the contact-free, fast and precise acquisition of complete bodies.The 360° body SCAN is the result of continuous development andoffers the leading-edge standard of the technically feasible. The usernow has access to 3D data sets of the human body achieving anunprecedented level of resolution and color fidelity which can hardlybe distinguished from the original.The bodySCAN captures a person from all directions with four double scanners, each offset by 90°. Thanks to this optimized arrangement and the different viewing height of the scanners any masking effects are mostly avoided. The scanning process only takes a few seconds and with the aid of the OPTOCAT software automatically delivers avirtual, three-dimensional representation of the body.The fringe projection technique used in the scanning system provides the maximum level of feature resolution Each column of the body SCAN houses two color cameras and a projection unit By using fast and high-resolution digital cameras the system offers a resolution rich in detail which is unrivalled in the market place. The very fast scanning process and the resulting in susceptibility to slight movements made by the person to be measured allow for the capturing in a natural and relaxed posture.Color cameras capture the 3D surface as well as the color texture of the body and clothing, an advantage of the white light fringe projection in contrast to laser operated systems. The color authentic result data is quickly accessible and in only a few steps, a complete model is created.The operating method of the 360° body SCAN provides an efficient and fast execution of the 3D acquisition of human bodies. The high-precision result data then serves as the starting point for the creation of demanding models of human beings.