Designed specifically for libraries, archives, museums, digitization service providers and the main cultural heritage digital reproduction applications.
The DRS 752 DCS, with its up to 50 x 75 cm (19.68 x 29.53 in) scanning format, is a professional scanner specially designed for libraries, archives, museums, digitization service providers and the main cultural heritage digital reproduction applications, in order to provide a “non-invasive” high quality digital reproduction of ancient books, drawings, maps, parchments, etc.
METIS DC SynchroLight gives the ability to control and change dynamically, instantly and automatically the angle and intensity of the light emitted by the various light sources in the scanning area, making it possible to optimize the result of the digitization, depending on the type and nature of the originals.
Thanks to the unique METIS SuperScan mode and “MDC” file format, all the natural light schematics are recorded and available within a single file. Moreover, thanks also to Light Inspector software different visual appearances can be obtained at any time without the need for rescanning the original or making physical adjustment to the lighting. Therefore, our technology allows identifying in real time the best natural light schematic between thousands of possible ones and providing results unreachable by any other system on the market.
The ability of evaluating light changes in real time allows to very quickly achieve an optimal reproduction even on very difficult originals, dramatically speeding up and simplifying the scanning workflow.
In addiction, thanks to the METIS Photometric Stereo 3D technique, also with the DRS 752 DCS it’s possible to calculate 3D data directly from the acquired 2D color data but only for special applications.