Fuel3D announced a new “mirror” 3D scanner that could lead to advanced eyewear applications.
Fuel3D and Cryos Technologies announced a new, custom designed 3D foot scanner using Fuel3D’s scanning tech. There are some very interesting implications of this development.
We chatted recently with Fuel3D CMO Philip Newman and learned the company has taken some big steps, and they’re not in 3D printing.
Hong Kong-based ToyZeroPlus provides amazingly high-quality 3D replicas of scanned faces.
When artist Brian Fender was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), his outlook on life was transformed.
During a discussion with Fuel3D at CES it became clear they’re setting goals far beyond mere 3D face scanning.
We took a look at the latest version of Fuel3D’s 3D scanner.
Fuel3D, the 3D scanning startup we first encountered in 2013 at the 3D Printshow in London, has got additional funding.