Polygon — March 08th, 2017
Every time I have tried and failed to scan my face into a sports video game, I’ve gotten 500 tweets and comments about what I was doing wrong…OK, fine. Here’s a solution, from San Jose-based ItSeez3D, that completely wipes out all of those excuses. I tried it at GDC 2017, and any video game thinking about offering this kind of customization option should use it, because all it needs to build a 3D model of the head is a standard selfie.
3D Scan Expert — January 17th, 2017
For now I must say I’m impressed by how fast and fun this way of 3D capture is. The threshold doesn’t get any lower than — consumers can just use the phone they have — and AI algorithms like this will get better over time. This might just make 3D scanning mainstream!
3D Scan Expert — November 14th, 2016
After more than a month of experimenting with the Structure Sensor and itSeez3D I can simply say it’s the best way to make great 3D scans in this price range—especially if you already own a compatible iPad. It really is the point-and-shoot of 3D Scanning for everyone! I’m impressed by the results with my iPad mini 2, so anything newer will make the texture quality even better.
PC Gamer — April 07th, 2016
When Occipital paid me a visit, they had my head (and shoulders) captured in less than a minute with the itSeez3D app—all I had to do was sit in a relatively well-lit spot and hold still while the sensor circled around me. Another couple of minutes and my virtual bust was rendered in the cloud and ready for importing.