Full Body 3D Scanning at Museums

The museum business model generally allows for a revenue share with the museum itself. In many cases, you will be able to train the museum’s staff on how to use the scanner, after which you will provide end-customer support and management from a remote location, rather than operating the scanner daily. The museum’s gift shop staff generally have extra time that they can spend to operate, which is low-cost for the museum, and also prevents you from needing to invest in additional staff and management.

Museums also generally already have good enough WiFi internet access and power, and can also provide a steady stream of customers. Science museums, specifically, have proven to be very profitable locations for operating a full body 3D scanner to sell 3D portraits and other 3D products. Depending on the museum, you may even be able to create custom add-ons that are themed for their specific collections!

3D Scanning at Museums

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Twindom combines proprietary technology and top-of-the-line production tools to bring 3D photography businesses to life. Our scalable solution is designed to operate across a range of full-body scanning photography business models. As you begin to set up your 3D scanning and printing business, we recommend taking the following parameters into consideration:

Max Operational Days/Year
Foot Traffic
Ease of Selling to the Customer
Potential Annual Revenue
Fixed Costs
Operational Costs