3D Copypod by People’s Architecture Office, China

June 13th, 2017 by Camra’s blog

The 3D Copypod is a 3D scan booth that can instantly digitize subjects of a wide range of sizes. Objects are surrounded by a spherical array of over one hundred fixed focal length DSLR cameras. Each camera is attached to a node of the Hoberman-inspired, isokinetic structure.

With minimal adjustment, the 3D Copypod can contract to scan small objects and expand large enough to scan a group of people. Folding panels that are lit from the interior enclose the structure of the 3D Copypod to ensure a shadowless photography environment.

Digital models are constructed from the photographic data to produce high resolution 3d prints. With the snap of a camera even subjects in motion can be captured in high quality and full color.

Design: People’s Architecture Office
Photography: People’s Industrial Design Office (PIDO)

http://www.archdaily.com/871864/3d-copypod-peoples-architecture-office

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