Another category of scanner is digital camera scanners, which are based on the concept of reprographic cameras. Due to increasing resolution and new features such as anti-shake, digital cameras have become an attractive alternative to regular scanners. While still having disadvantages compared to traditional scanners (such as distortion, reflections, shadows, low contrast), digital cameras offer advantages such as speed, portability and gentle digitizing of thick documents without damaging the book spine. New scanning technologies are combining 3D scanners with digital cameras to create full-color, photo-realistic 3D models of objects
Scanner may refer to a number of technological devices:
- Scanner (radio), for searching for and receiving radio broadcasts
- Vulnerability scanner, a computer program that probes for weaknesses
- An automated spotlight
- Barcode reader, which reads the data encoded in a barcode
- Port scanner, in computer networking
- Lexical analysis, a computer program
- 3D scanner, which digitizes the three-dimensional shape of a real object
- Stepper, a part of the photolithography process
- Image scanner, which digitizes a two-dimensional image
- A rotating radar antenna
- An automotive electronic control unit diagnostic tool
- An outside broadcasting control vehicle
- A biometric scanner, an electronic device with a sensor to read patterns or images from faces, irises and finger pads to create a biological template or profile
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- Scanner Drivers Installation/Update.
- Scanner Head Replacement and Combination Resetting.
- Setup of Ethernet Wired Scanners.
- Scanner Software Optimization
- Network Scanner Connection to Windows OS.
- Correcting Scanner Plug and Play Errors.
- Troubleshooting Error Messages.
- Fixing Scanner Carriage Jams.