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This will bring in a new type of copyright cases.  xD  

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That's awesome, but the price is outta this world.

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I'm not thinking of scanning things to print with this but scanning models into 3d models and using them in games. Imagine how sick it would be if you could also rig the joints by waving them around. This is a game changer! :P

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But how this works? I mean... can I scan a object (like a monitor, a cell phone) and use it in blender? Or in a game engine?

It gets good enough to these kind of thing?

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But how this works? I mean... can I scan a object (like a monitor, a cell phone) and use it in blender? Or in a game engine?

It gets good enough to these kind of thing?

That's what i was wondering but it looks like you might be able to. 

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