Wolfprint3D Creates the Link Between Human and VR
Startup Wolfprint 3D (Tallin, Estonia and Los Angeles,CA,USA) is now on a mission to use 3D scanning as the connector between virtual reality (VR) and our actual reality. The Estonian startup has transformed their 3D fully automated scanning technology into a 3D photo booth vending machine ("The Luna") that is easy to operate and produces stunningly high-quality 3D scans.
Their current mission is to build a wide ranging network of 3D scanners throughout the world. Every person who steps into the 3D scanning booth will be added into Wolfprint’s expansive database, which will allow their developers to put actual people into their VR applications.
Every human scan is automatically added to Wolfprint's growing database. Through the Wolfprint API, developers around the world will be able to bring “real people” into their VR applications, such as games or shopping apps. Instead of generic avatars, users will be able to use their own personal avatars in various VR and gaming experiences.
Thus far, Wolfprint 3D has built four 3D scanning booths and has captured the faces of over 4,000 people, including over 700 at VRLA, the Los Angeles-based virtual reality conference held back in April.
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For details, visit the Lunascanner.com web site.