Note, that the sensors, mentioned in the table below, are supported only in the Ultimate edition of Artec Studio 10, 11, 12, and 13. The differences between the Ultimate and the Professional edition are highlighted here.
|MS Kinect V1||+||+||+||+|
|MS Kinect V2||+||+||+|
|Intel RealSense F200 (IVCAM)||+||+||+|
|Intel RealSense R200 (DS4)||+||+||+|
|Intel RealSense SR300||+||+|
|XYZprinting 3D scanner||+||+||+|
Intel RealSense D415 and D435
At the moment, D415 and D435 sensor are not supported in Artec Studio Ultimate and we do not plan to implement this support in our software in 2018.
3D Systems Sense
3D Systems Sense is not officially supported in Artec Studio, therefore, if you run into any issues using this equipment with the Artec Studio, we might not be able to provide the necessary technical assistance to have these issues resolved.
- The new generation Sense scanner uses Intel RealSense SR300 sensor which works in Artec Studio 11/12/13 Ultimate. However, since the sensor is positioned at a 90-degree angle, you will have to hold it "flat" while scanning, in order to have proper visualization on screen.
- The prior generation Sense is based on the PrimeSense Carmine sensor. This should also work with Artec Studio 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13.
Several sensors, connected to one PC
You can create a bundle of several sensors, however, it depends on the type of sensors. More information can be found in this article.
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