Is 3D scanning on a phone accurate?

Using a phone to scan your face or body may sound too good to be true. However, we're here to tell exactly how to create 3D scans, that are reliable and accurate, from anywhere. Introducing the MirrorMe Mobile App for patients and surgeons.

Since MirrorMe began, reliability and accuracy of 3D data has been core to everything we do. From working with surgeons on preoperative planning to postoperative monitoring and outcome analysis, data that can be trusted is key.

Until MirrorMe, surgeons have had to rely on expensive equipment and additional appointments to plan for procedures and analyze results.

To help introduce you to MirrorMe and eliminate fears about using a phone to scan, let's review one of our test subjects.

Comparing the MirrorMe App to Real-World Measurements

Let's start with reviewing a few measurements from the face.

Medial Canthi:

Alar Width:

Oral Commissure:

We wanted to push even further than just creating 3D scans of faces. We desired to make it possible for patients and doctors to be able to scan any anatomy externally. So, we challenged ourselves with the ear. Could we make something that captured its small curves and details?

Yes! Let's take a look:

Height of Tragus:

Helical Crus to Lobule:

We know this is a small sampling but we think the best way to see this is to try it yourself. Download the MirrorMe app from the App Store and start taking scans today! 

You can reach us anytime with questions or if you need help with scanning by emailing us or starting a conversation in our chat!