MacVoices #19074: CES – Bellus3D Can Scan Your Face With An iPhone For Various Uses

Bellus3D was scanning faces at CES in Las Vegas using their app and standard iPhones to create files that can be used for serious things like dental reconstruction and eyesore, and fun things like personal statuette creation. Senior Vice President Eric Zarakov explains how it works, all the things that a scan can be used for, and why the iOS app is free to try.

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