Samsung launches 3D Scanner app for the Galaxy Note 10+. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10+ 3D Scanner is now available. Today Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ of Samsung have become officially available in over 70 countries, and the company has released a new app to celebrate this momentous occasion. We’re not kidding-it’s called the 3D Scanner and its outing is scheduled to coincide with the Galaxy Note10 + launch.
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That’s because the app uses the 3D ToF camera on the back of that model to allow you to scan and create real-world objects, 3D models. Because the Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy A80 also have ToF cameras, the app should also be supported.
Samsung launches 3D Scanner app for the Galaxy Note 10+
The 3D Scanner app is now up for grabs in Samsung’s Galaxy Store and by clicking this link on your phone (or just looking for its name in the store) you can get it for yourself. After installing it, you can access it straight as any other app, or if you want to open the camera app, tap Bixby Vision, turn to the app panel, and you’ll see it.
To create a 3D model of a real-world object with the app, scan it from all directions and make sure that when you do, there is nothing else around that object. Otherwise, as part of your scan, that will also end up.
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Samsung recommends that you use this tool with objects from 20 to 80 CMC in size. Once you have your 3D model, you can create a GIF out of it to share it directly with others, or you can add the model to the photos and videos you captured with the camera on your phone.