The winner of numerous industry awards for innovation, the Artec Leo is the first 3D scanner to display your object on the integrated HD display. Integrating these onboard graphics and storage allows you to have a totally wireless handheld scanning experience. The exceptionally high frame rate (80 frames per second), large field of view, and accelerometer allow it to scan extremely fast without losing tracking or precision. The Leo also uses an advanced color camera that produces photorealistic scans with highly accurate texture mapping.
Scanner Type: Handheld
3D Point Accuracy (up to): 0.1 mm
3D Resolution (up to): 0.2 mm
3D Accuracy Over Distance (up to): 0.1 mm + 0.3 mm/m
HD Mode: Yes
Hybrid Geometry and Texture Tracking: Yes
Data Processing Algorithms: Geometry and Texture Based
Working Distance: 0.35 - 1.2 m
Volume Capture Zone: 160,000 cm³
Linear Field of View (HxW) at Closest Range: 244 x 142 mm
Linear Field of View (HxW) at Farthest Range: 838 x 488 mm
Angular Field of View (HxW): 38.5 × 23°
Ability to Capture Texture: Yes
Texture Resolution: 2.3 mp
Colors: 24 bpp
3D Reconstruction Rate for Real-Time Fusion (up to): 22 fps
3D Reconstruction Rate for 3D Video Recording (up to): 44 fps
3D Reconstruction Rate for 3D Video Streaming (up to): 80 fps
Data Acquisition Speed (up to): 35 min points/s
3D Exposure Time: 0.0002 s
2D Exposure Time: 0.0002 s
3D Light Source: VCSEL
2D Light Source: White 12 LED Array
Position Sensor: Built-In 9 DoF Inertial System
Display / Touchscreen: Integrated 5.5" Half HD, CTP. Optional
Wi-Fi/Ethernet Video Streaming to External Device
Multi-Core Processing: Embedded processors: NVIDIA® Jetson™ TX1 Quad-core
ARM® Cortex®-A57 MPCore Processor NVIDIA Maxwell™ 1 TFLOPS GPU with 256
NVIDIA® CUDA® Cores
Interface: Wi-Fi, Ethernet, SD card
Internal Hard Drive: 512 GB SSD
Scanning: No computer required
Supported OS Data Processing: Windows 7,8 or 10 x64
Computer Recommendations: Intel Core i7 or i9, 64+ GB RAM, NVIDIA GPU with
8+ GB VRAM, CUDA 6.0+
Minimum Computer Requirements:
- HD: Intel Core i7 or i9, 32 GB RAM, NVIDIA GPU with CUDA 6.0+ and at
least 4 GB VRAM
- SD: Intel Core i5, i7 or i9, 32 GB RAM, GPU with 2 GB VRAMA (Computer is
needed only for data processing. Scanning does not require a computer.)
Power Source: Built-in Exchangeable Battery, Optional AC Power
Dimensions (HxDxW): 231 x 162 x 230 mm
Weight: 2.6 kg / 5.7 lb
HOW CAN HAWK RIDGE SYSTEMS HELP?
With extensive real-world experience and a large 3D scanner lineup from multiple brands, the Hawk Ridge team will work with you to evaluate your specific needs and use case in order to ensure we recommend the right system for you. Our dedicated support specialists and flexible training programs will ensure you get the most from your 3D scanning investment.
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Not ready for an in-house solution yet? Hawk Ridge can provide scanning, scan-to-CAD, and inspection services. Our extensive fleet of scanners can tackle virtually any job, regardless of size, and our modelling experts use the industry’s most powerful tools to get the job done fast.
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Every company is different, and when it comes to training for 3D scanning, one size doesn’t fit all. Hawk Ridge Systems can tailor a training plan to focus on the needs of your application.
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Our scanning support specialists are 100% dedicated to our 3D scanning applications, have passed rigorous testing standards, and have extensive experience using our scanning products in the real world.
Can you have multiple batteries and change them out?
Yes, the Leo allows you to hot swap batteries on the fly. Two-slot battery chargers are available so you can continuously rotate without stopping the scan process.
How large of objects can I scan with the Artec Leo?
The Leo does not have a hard size limit so this depends largely on your available computer power. While larger objects are possible, the Leo is generally considered a great fit for vehicle-size objects and smaller.
How long does a single battery last?
This depends on a few variable factors like how much the flash lamp is adjusting brightness to meet ambient conditions. Generally, a Leo battery will last several hours on a full charge.
Does all the post-processing happen onboard?
The Leo captures the data and stores it on an internal SSD but offers limited post processing onboard. The bulk of processing is done after offloading to a computer.
What kind of computer do I need for processing scans?
Artec scanners do not require an especially high-performance computer, though investing more in certain components - like the GPU - can result in greatly reduced processing times.
Is the Artec Leo good for scanning people and anatomy?
Yes. The method of capture used by Leo is exceptionally conducive to scanning people, and the alignment methods allow it to tolerate the micro-movements associated with live models, setting it apart from many other scanners. Experienced Artec users can routinely scan a complete human body in 1-2 minutes.
Can the Leo scan in bright, sunny conditions?
Leo can tolerate bright and direct sunlight significantly better than the vast majority of structured light scanners, but for the best experience it is still recommended to avoid very bright, direct sunlight wherever possible.
Can this scanner be used with targets or stickers?
Yes. While the main draw of the Leo is its ability to scan without targets, it is compatible with various 3rd party photogrammetry kits which allow it to be used with targets for greatly enhanced dimensional accuracy.