After being exhibited on the sidelines of the launch of the Galaxy Note 10 duo in New York, USA, the app that can scan physical objects into digital objects is finally available for all of the users.
This app is called 3D Scanner. As the name suggests, it allows the users to scan objects in front of the camera. After that, convert them into 3D graphics rendering.
The scanned objects will later become 3d graphics with a very similar look. It includes all shapes, patterns, and colors.
To make a digital 3D object from a physical object, the users need to scan the object they want to make from all directions with the 3D Scanner app.
When they finished scanning by near the object, the user can then do anything with the 3D object.
For example, the users can use this 3D object as a moving image (GIF) and send it as a sticker to other users.
This 3D object can also be used for AR Emoji, where the 3D object will move to follow human subjects.
When the subject raises a hand, the 3D graphics placed near the user that is being highlighted by the camera will make similar movements.
Now, because it is 3D, the scan results can also be printed with a 3D printer to make the prints of the concerned object.
This 3D Scanner feature itself is only supported by the Galaxy Note 10+ which is equipped with a DepthVision (3D ToF) camera.
The role is to measure the distance and depth of objects in 3Ds.
Not only Galaxy Note 10+ the devices that have 3D ToF cameras. Such Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy A80 will also utilize this 3D Scanner app. As quoted by KompasTekno from GSMArena, Monday (8/26/2019).
The 3D Scanner app itself is available at the Galaxy Store or by visiting the following link. It should be noted, if the user’s phone is not compatible, then the 3D Scanner app will not be found in the Galaxy Store.