9th January 2008, 07:18 PM
Photosimile 5000 Office photography machine
CES 2008: Ortery Technologies has announced the world's first first example what it describes as an "Office Photography Machine" and designed to make product photography - in particular 360-degree product animations - as painless as using a photocopier. The system consists of an illuminated box housing a turntable and curved rail which allow the camera (included) to be positioned within a hemispherical area around the object to be photographed. The really clever bit is that both box and camera may be controlled remotely from an attached PC, live view and all. This means that it is possible to simply place an object in the box and - without touching either it or the camera - create a full 3D view. More after the jump.
9th January 2008, 07:32 PM
Re: Photosimile 5000 Office photography machine
wah... looks interesting. They might as well called it Photo-3D-Scanner. Its what hollywood has been using for years isnt it?