Course: 3D Scanning - The EinScan H, 21 October 2022

Course: 3D Scanning - The EinScan H, 21 October 2022

Upcoming in-person workshop at Fire Station Artists’ Studios:

Martin Downey, 3D Technology Ltd

Friday 21st October 2022

10am – 5pm



We are pleased to announce an upcoming course in the EinScan H, a professional industry-standard 3D scanner. A new in-house resource at FSAS, the EinScan H is ideal for artists who are aiming to explore high quality 3D scanning of objects and the human body for virtual reality, 3D modelling, and printing projects. With its built-in colour camera and large field of view, the EinScan H provides high quality 3D data with full colour and texture reproduction.

This course is designed and led by Product Specialist Martin Downey from 3D Technology Ltd. An alumni of NUI Galway and awardee of EY Design Thinking Scholarship, he has built his knowledge of 3D Scanning through industrial experience with real world projects.

Martin will demonstrate how to use the EinScan 3D Scanner, work with its required software, learn technical workflows, and output high-resolution meshes for further 3D modelling and printing fabrication. 




The course will take place in person at Fire Station Artists’ Studios-Digital Media.

A full day practice session will allow you to get acquainted with the scanner specifications and software, followed by a hands-on demonstration of how to scan an object, a human body and a human head.

For an example and overview of the EinScan H 3D Scanner, have a look here.




  • Please note that anyone with light sensitive epilepsy should not attend, this is due to the high frequency light produced by the scanner.
  • To be comfortable with learning software. If you have basic experience with technical software such as photoshop, editing, or even 3D software, this will be of benefit, but not essential.
  • A focused interest in the application of 3D and virtual technology for the development of your professional visual art practice is desired.


To book a place please email:

Please note: spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

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