Overview

Surf the net, click on almost any personal computer and you are increasingly confronted by a huge array of three-dimensional (3D) images. In recent years, computer manufacturers have been scrambling to provide you with the best eye catching 3D images.

Just sit down in a chair, let a video camera film you and ScanGuru will calculate all your 3D surface coordinates and within seconds your 3D portrait will be on the screen for all to use.

ScanGuru creates a new category among the 3D input devices for PCs.

Photo Gallery

Have a look at our Photo Gallery, containing snapshots of some 3D models made by means of ScanGuru.

Specifications

Our Story

Gabor Bernath's goal was simple: deliver a 3D scanning tool at a reasonable price without compromising the quality of the product. Its realization was a little bit complicated. But manage he did. His finished product provides computer users with a means of visual communication that eliminates the use of very complex and expensive scanners. Try it. Just sit down in a chair, let a video camera film you and ScanGuru will calculate all your 3D surface coordinates and within seconds your 3D portrait will be on the screen for all to use.

ScanGuru creates a new category among the 3D input devices for PCs.


Gabor Bernath is the winner of the 50th Intel ISEF (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1999)

But the story continues.

After winning the first prizes at international contests, Gabor met a business angel who realized the potentialities in the idea. He offered a sponsorship for the perfection of the scanner and for the development of special applications. The Inventor and the Investor established the EasyScan Ltd in 1998. The process for the patent was started, the rights are owned by EasyScan Ltd. In 1999 the Hungarian Foundation for Innovation joined the company.

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