Body scanning technology

Veridian Corp., Arlington, Va., signed a cooperative research and development agreement with the Air Force to help market a whole-body laser-scanning technology to the commercial sector. The research, completed by the Air Force Research Laboratory Human Effectiveness Directorate, uses 3-D laser-scanning technology to quickly obtain precise measurements of the human body. Veridian said it can be used to support ergonomic research for clothing, equipment and vehicles.


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