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12 December 2008, 11:08 PM
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Special Christmas Offer: Prices Down by 20%!
New DAVID Version 2.2
How to Update

Special Christmas Offer: Prices Down by 20%

Take the chance to get your DAVID Professional License now! For the next three weeks, all software prices are reduced by at least 20%. This offer will end on January 6, 2009.
See details and options here (

New DAVID Version 2.2

DAVID Version 2.2 is available for download now! Here is a list of the main new features and improvements:

Easier Use, Especially for Beginners

The scanned data are now filtered automatically. When you change the filter settings, you will see their effect directly in 3D.
A magnifying glass in the live camera image helps you to adjust camera and laser focus (toggle with left mouse button).
DAVID now comes in a convenient Windows installer.

Multi-Language Interface
DAVID's user interface and user manual are available in Engish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and new: Polish!
Scan Without Background
Under certain conditions, DAVID can now scan without background planes! However, you will need a precisely repeatable laser motion, e.g. by using a motor-driven laser or by projecting a moving line with a video projector.
The basic procedure, pros and cons, and some important remarks about using this feature can be found in this user manual page (
There are some more improvements and bugfixes included in the new version, so an update (both Free and Professional Edition) is definitely recommended! See the complete list of changes here (

How to Update

DAVID 2.2 can be downloaded here:

Free Edition: Just download and start the new version.
Professional Edition: Simply download the new version and re-use your 2.0 license file.
Professional USB Edition: You can download and copy the new version to your DAVID USB Flash Drive, overwriting most of the old files. Please take a look at this page ( for details.

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