Structure SDK is a cutting-edge software development kit that has revolutionized 3D scanning and depth-sensing technology. Designed for a wide range of applications, it empowers developers and businesses to capture and analyze the world in three dimensions with remarkable precision.
With features such as Scan Quality Indicator (SQI), Landmark Detection, and support for the original Structure Sensor (ST01), it offers a comprehensive solution for 3D scanning needs. It also seamlessly integrates with the latest iPhone models as well as supporting recent iOS versions.
Notably, Structure SDK provides essential foot measurements like girth, length, and width, catering to various industries and professionals, from fabricators to physicians. This versatile tool fosters innovation and opens up possibilities across sectors, making it an indispensable asset in the world of 3D scanning and measurement.
Confidence with every scan.
|Quality Control: SQI ensures accurate scans, reducing rework and saving time and money.
|Accurate Diagnostics: SQI improves diagnostic precision.
|Efficiency: SQI saves time and resources.
|Patient Outcomes: High-quality scans lead to better treatments, fewer revisits, and faster delivery.
|Customer Satisfaction: High-quality products lead to happier customers.
|Research: Better scans lead to better, more accurate and efficient patient outcomes.
Includes the following, which aid fabricators in creating tailored, high-quality products, reducing the risk of discomfort and returns.
Original Structure Sensor (ST01) support
We're thrilled to announce that, in response to the overwhelming love our patrons have shown for our original Structure Sensor, we're now offering dedicated support for it within our commercial SDK!
iPhone 15 Product Line
Our SDK now fully supports the iPhone 15 product line, ensuring our users can experience the best performance and capabilities on these latest iPhone models.
Measure girth, length, and width, providing comprehensive data to meet a wide range of user needs and applications.
By assessing the foot's structure and function, determine whether corrective measures like orthotics or specific exercises are needed to address issues related to arch function and support.