INFOOT 2 is an optical 3D scanning device for measuring the the human foot and its anatomical dimensions.
Using an USB 3.0 connection to a host PC, measuring foot data can be done with the included software.
The 3D shape data is optically captured by 8 cameras with a red laser plane that sweeps the foot.
Scanning takes 2 seconds to perform.
Afterwards the data is sent to the PC via USB 3.0 and the 3D shape & dimensions of the foot are avalible for viewing.
The foot shape data is saved as a proprietary 3D binary point cloud format.
This format can be converted using our optional "File Converter" software into common CAD formats such as CSV, DXF, STL.
To obtain anatomical feature points (bone position, etc) of the foot landmark markers can be applied to the foot.
As a result of these anatomical feature points, it is possible to accurately measure foot dimensions such as foot length, ball girth circumference, foot width, etc.
All foot scans and dimension measurements are associated with the ID of the subject and stored in the database.
For further details see section "Details of Measurements"
- Anatomical Dimensions
- NEWCoverless Scanning
- NEWGlass Heating System: Foot Sole Noise Prevention
- UpdatedOptimal Balance Between Accuracy and Speed
- UpdatedSafety and Reliability
- Measurable surfaces
- User Historical Foot Data Record
- Software Service Integrations
- One Stop Shop
Based on those landmark feature points up to 37 different measurements can be caluclated.
This allows for coverless scanning of feet indoors without having to shroud the feet with a light obscuring cover.
For the INFOOT series in order to acquire the shape of the foot sole, the foot rests on tempered glass during measurment.
In previous INFOOT systems water vapor on the foot sole would condense on the glass surface to temperature differential.
This condensed water would proceed to refract the laser resulting in measurement noise.
To address this issue an added option for the INFOOT 2 is offered to include a glass heating.
The glass heating system warms the glass surface, preventing condesation via eliminating the temperature differential between the foot and the glass surface.
As a result, we are able to significantly mitigate the measurement noise near the sole of the foot.
This speed was achieved using a newly developed camera capture board and high speed USB 3.0 cable.
Foot scanning approximately takes 2 seconds per foot and achieves an accuracy error of less than 1.0mm for ball girth circumference. (Data transfer and processing time of scan data can take between 15-20 seconds per foot depending on the host PC specifications.)
In terms of safety, INFOOT 2 has undergone the CE /MET certification safety standards.
The lasers used within are Class 1 (JIS C 6802) therefore there is no worry about eye hazards when looking directly at the laser beam.
This iTouch ID is used across measuring sessions associated to that person.
This historical record for the user's feet is avalible for later viewing.
You can check the 3D foot scans anytime with iTouch Foot Information Service
These service integrations can be useful for foot-related research and business developments.
INFOOT 2 comes with standard core applications for measuring feet. This include:
- Measure - 3D Foot Shape Measurment Application
- DB Controller - 3D Foot Scan Database Managment Application
- Tester - Testing and Diagnostic Application for INFOOT 2 Calibration Maintenance
- File Converter
- Real Size Print
- Foot Reformer
|Type of Product||3D Foot Scanning System|
|Product Name||INFOOT 2|
|Product Model Code||IFU2-S-01|
|Dimensions||633(L) × 352(W) × 300(H) mm|
|Power Supply||100-240V∼ ±10% 50/60Hz (AC adapter included)|
|Power Consumption||DC24V 5A (120W max.)|
|Total Weight*1 (Body Weight)||22kg (18kg)|
|Safety Agency Approvals||CE, MET|
|Glass Heating||ITO thin film|
USB 3.0 cable 1m
USB 3.0 active repeater cable 3m
Softwares (Measure, Tester, DBController)*2
USB licence key
|Temprature||15°C ∼ 40°C|
|Humidity||35% ∼ 60%|
Indoor use only
(Avoid direct sunlight. Addtionally avoid placing near red/orange colored light sources or POP)
|Scan Speed||60, 120mm/sec (about 2 second for a foot)|
|Processing Time||approx. 15 ∼ 20 sec/foot (when 8 or more logical processors)|
1.0mm step : Y(W)-Z(H)=1mm, X(L)=1mm
0.5mm step : Y(W)-Z(H)=1mm, X(L)=0.5mm
|Data Format||FBD (proprietary binary data format)|
|Scan Area||380(L) × 200(W) × 150(H) mm|
|Target for Scan||
Human foot, Landmarks
(It may not be possible to scan objects which absorb laser or are lustrous.)
|Maximum Size for Scan||L=380mm, W=180mm|
|OS||Microsoft Windows 10, 11 (32 bit, 64 bit)|
|CPU||x86 compatible 2.6GHz or more, 8 or more logical porosessors (Intel Core i5-10400 or higher recommended)|
|Memory||4GB or more|
|Interface||USB 3.0 ×1, USB 2.0 ×1 (USB 3.0 for scanner, USB 2.0 for licence key)|
|Resolution||1024×768 pixels or more (1280×800 or more recommended)|
20MB for software installation
(Approximately 1MB is required for each scan, i.e. a couple of foot data.)
A USB 3.0 active repeater cable(3m) and a USB3.0 cable(1m) that are provided by I-Ware Lab as accessories are required
to connect a PC and the scanner.
The scanner is not guaranteed to run in case the hub, cable and an active repeater cable other than the ones I-Ware specifies are used.