3D scanner brings real objects to life on the Galaxy Note 10
The 3D Scanner is so much fun.
Let me show you how it works with this little guy over here.
He's a character from Samsung Kids Mode.
His name is Bobby.
Hey Bob, you ready?
After I open up the 3D Scanner app, I'm ready to start scanning.
Here we go.
So let's make sure that I get Bobby from every angle.
Ok, I think I'm almost there now.
Once I'm done scanning, the 3D file will come up on my screen.
Now that I have it, I can create all sorts of amazing things.
If you have access to a 3D printer you can use the scans to make copies of the object you scanned.
Or you can create videos in three dimensions with Bobby as a main character.
I'll show you how.
First, let's apply body tracking.
And then, attach.
For note 10, will map his body, so he can mirror your movements.
Now this will really bring him to life.
Let's take a look>> Okay>> Hey Shan, give us a wave.
Wow, did you see that?
Bobby's able to track Shan's movements.
And he can do more than just wave at you.
I'll show you something really cool now.
Isn't that awesome?
Look at Bobby, he's got some moves.
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