Once the rider was in position the scan took around 10 mins to complete per riding position. After subsequently scanning the JPN replica motorbike, the scans were processed into a watertight model ready for CFD.
The Artec EVA scanner also captures the ‘textures’ (surface colours) during the scanning process which can be mapped onto the CFD model later when producing images of the results. The two images below show these textures on the scanned geometry in a rendered view of the bike and rider.
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