The ability to digitize the physical world into high definition 3D models just took another leap forward. After a successful test period Autodesk ReMake, previously known as Autodesk Memento, is now available as a commercial product.
ReMake converts a sequence of photos or scan data into high resolution 3D meshes and provides a smart toolset to clean, repair, and optimize the mesh for design and engineering workflows, digital archiving, interactive AR/VR experiences, and fabrication — all in one package.
“We are amazed by the creativity of our Beta community and the variety of industries using ReMake software,” said Tatjana Dzambazova, Senior Product Manager at Autodesk. “The positive feedback we’ve received on how simple ReMake is to use is very encouraging, as making complex technology easy-to-use was our main driver.”
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