Mobile handheld wireless 3D scanner
With inbuilt battery and Wi-Fi connectivity, Artec Leo offers freedom in 3D scanning.
The first 3D scanner to offer onboard automatic processing, Artec Leo provides the most intuitive workflow, making 3D scanning as easy video.
As you scan your object, see the 3D replica being built in real time on Leo’s touch panel screen. Rotate the 3D model, check if you have captured all areas, and fill in any parts you may have missed.
Artec Leo 3D Scanner
From a specific car part you need to customize or an entire machine at your factory, an armchair to the room it sits in, a human body to a crime scene, Leo can scan the widest range of objects in the industry.
Artec Leo 3D Scanner Benefits
Fast Scanning Speed 80 fps
The 80 frames per second 3D reconstruction rate makes Artec Leo the fastest professional handheld 3D scanner on the market. Furthermore, with its large field of view, Artec Leo can 3D scan and process even large objects and scenes fast and accurately.
And for even greater precision, users can point the scanner closer to the object to pick up intricate detail, just as they would zoom in with a video camera.
Smart Scanner with NVIDIA
Artec Leo contains state-of-the-art technologies, including the NVIDIA® Jetson™ platform, which is the scanner’s own internal computer.
A built-in 9 DoF inertial system – accelerometer, gyro and compass – which allows the scanner to understand its position and environment; and a two-in one optical system designed to spec for the most exact texture to geometry mapping.
Portable with a Battery
Thanks to the powerful embedded processor and the inbuilt battery, Artec Leo gives you true freedom in 3D scanning
Easy to use
The Artec Leo features a built-in touch panel screen and simple interface
With its inbuilt battery and Wi-Fi connectivity, Artec Leo offers true freedom in 3D scanning
The most advanced texture to geometry mapping on the market today, with 3D and color cameras combined and directed through the same lens
Artec Leo Features
Since the user is able to capture both expansive areas and fine detail, Artec Leo can scan a wide range of objects, from small mechanical parts to the human body, cars, boats or crime scenes.
Artec Leo’s new wireless functionality and internal processor allow for a wealth of integration possibilities, making it even easier to streamline your application for industrial manufacture, quality control, healthcare, archaeology, forensics, VR and e-commerce.
Example 3D Scans
Pick on the posts below to view example 3D scanned models captured with Artec 3D Scanners:
Artec Leo Specifications
Review the spec for the Artec Leo 3D Scanner
|Built-in half HD touch panel screen
|On-board real-time processing
|Volume capture zone
|Over 3 times greater
|3D reconstruction rate, up to
|Leo: 80 FPS, Eva: 16 FPS
|3D resolution, up to
|3D point accuracy, up to
|Structured light source
|Built-in 9 DoF inertial system
|Wireless connectivity and data transfer
|In-built exchangeable battery, optional mains power
|NVIDIA® Jetson™ TX1
Artec 3D Scanners are used in a wide variety of industry applications
- Product design
- 3D documentation
Industrial design and manufacturing
- Reverse engineering
- Quality control
- Rapid prototyping
Medical and Life Sciences
- Plastic surgery
- Custom wheelchairs
Science and education
- Online museums
Art and design
- Heritage preservation
Artec Studio Software
Smart 3D data processing has never been easier
Create professional 3D models with the most comprehensive software for 3D scanning and data processing on the market today.
Enjoy a wide range of innovative features, including the cutting-edge Autopilot mode that expertly guides you through the whole post-processing pipeline, automatically choosing the best algorithms for your data, so you can watch your high precision model being put together before your eyes.
You can also take full control of your results with the wide variety of advanced features available.
Artec Leo Scan Process
1. Scan the object
No need to prepare your object in advance, just point the 3D scanner and shoot in automatic mode.
2. Fuse & Optimize
Optimize the size of your final file by reducing the number of polygons from millions to thousands while maintaining the high quality of the mesh.
3. Texturize & Export
Add high quality texture to your model in no time! Export to a variety of different CAD systems including SOLIDWORKS.