- The standard 3D avatar generated by Scanatic™ Body Service is exported in the .obj file which is a standard 3D image which is motionless. It might have some “webbing” areas, typically seen around the blind corners of 3D bodies.
- The 3D avatar generated by Scanatic™ LiveAvatar Service will clear the “webbing” area, identify the joints, and assign a skeletal hierarchy to the standard 3D avatar. Export in the .fbx file means that the posture is changeable and the avatar can move. This helps to simulate a realistic appearance of the garment fit in Scanatic™ DC Suite or other 3D professional software.
You can access all of your customers’ scanning data in our Scanatic™ for Fashion website. The website is best optimized for Google Chrome on the computer.
- Yes, we offer Scanatic™ APIConnet Service for Developers to integrate data sets back to your system, which will integrate seamlessly with your CRM, PLM or other order management systems.
- We also offer Scanatic™ ScanAPI Service for Developers to integrate the functionalities of the Cloudzet™ App.
For more information please visit Business Integration
We verified our scan results with a standard dress form and the error between 3D body scanner and hand measurements is <1cm. Please see our blog post ahref="https://www.tg3ds.com/blog/the-myths-of-measurements-from-3d" target="_blank">“The myths of measurements from 3D”for more information./p>