The following are preliminary 3-D images generated by S-Ray’s scanning technology and Latitude software system.
Latitude is a software system designed to fully automate the scanning process. This comprehensive process includes: activating the system, initiating the scan, collecting the data and then outputting the data as a 3D image file. In summary, the Latitude software system fully integrates the scan of a specific target at the push of a button — with the final result being a generated 3D image.
Of note: The earliest preliminary scans viewed on this website have been generated from a single pass at medium resolution over the occlusal surfaces and do not represent go-to-market level quality of data. More recent scans, using improved software scanning technology, still do not represent go-to-market level quality, but include additional scanned surface area beyond the occlusal surfaces.
Even at this preliminary stage, third party researcher and renowned intra-oral scanning expert Dr. Joerd van der Meer has examined the images, and he noted that the accuracy is already comparable to currently available light-based scanners.
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Lower Arch Test Model (December 2016)
Note: This image was generated using a newer version of our software (version 5.0)
Lower Arch 3D Printed Model (December 2016)
Note: This image was generated using a newer version of our software (version 5.0).