has never been easier
RTI is a wonderful imaging technique which used to be ... tedious!
Manually photographing objects for RTI takes hours and provides unreliable results.
RTI Light Domes are the answer.
- Simple setup -
- Autonomous acquisition, driving both lights and camera -
- Strong and portable -
Built in close collaboration with researchers, we provide the best-in-class solution for archeologists, palaeontologists, collection manager, art restorators, forensic analysts... and many more users.
We propose custom-made Domes adapted for your need.
Want to know more about RTI (a.k.a PTM)?
Our controller drives the Dome and your Camera's shutter. No computer needed.
Our Domes are fully automated and faster than you anyway.
5 min dismount and remount for easy transport.
Usable on batterie + Plenty of parameters to adjust settings according to your needs.
Compatible with most cameras (Nikon, Canon, Sony etc..).
Under 200g and designed to protect your specimen.
Achieve extreme detail even with macro lenses.
Some of our clients
National Museum of Natural History of Paris, France ; TU Köln, Germany ; University of Toronto Mississauga, Canada ; University of Naples “L’Orientale”, Italy ; KU Leuven, Belgium ; Oxford University Museum of Natural History, U.K. ; University of La Rochelle, France ; Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum, MD, U.S.A. ; Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Belgium ; Saxony-anhalt state office for monument care and archeology, Germany ; University College London, U.K. ; Collège de France, France ; Capital Normal University of Beijing, China ; University of Arkansas, AR, U.S.A. ; University of Exeter, U.K.
GET YOUR DOME NOW
We build custom RTI Dome systems starting from 2000€.
Explain to us via this form bellow the approximate size of the objects that you want to modelize and your specific needs so we can create your perfect Dome.
For any other inquiry, contact us at email@example.com
WHO ARE WE?
We are RTI users and lovers. We are a team of researchers, makers, engineers and artists.
After too many colleagues and friends asked us to build them a Dome, here we are, making RTI accessible to all.