Body Scanners Could Make Fitting Rooms Obsolete

by Larry Emmott on July 1, 2010

in Diagnostics,Just for Fun,Theraputics

This has nothing to do (directly) with dentistry. However it is interesting and it does show how scanners are being used in various ways which does relate to 3D imaging in dentistry. One step closer to the Tricorder.

Within seconds, 3D body scanners take a snapshot of the human form and produce a 3D replica, with complete measurement data. From injury-preventing sneakers to lightweight firefighting gear,…

via 5 Ways Body Scanners Could Make Fitting Rooms Obsolete – Popular Mechanics.

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keith goldstein July 5, 2010 at 11:20 am

i understand that the GAP in San Francisco had some scanner that they use for customers and they can make custom clothes. This technology has been out for years and some of the high end fashion shops in London have this technology.

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