How does it work?
Simply place the original work under the scanner and start the scan from the interface.
The scanner will move to capture the entire surface of the artwork with illuminations from all directions including under various wavelengths.
This vast amount of data is then sent to our servers where the processing phase can start even before the scan is complete.
Explore the work of art as if you had it in your hands, from any device and from anywhere.
Securely access your scanned work and the wide range of services available directly from your ARTMYN portal
To capture original works under Visible light, Ultraviolet, Infrared and topography
State-of-the-art precision for art scanners
2m by 2m
Scan artworks up to 2m on each side (6.56 ft).
Fastest UV, IR, Visible & Topography acquisition system on the market.
Scan a 60x40cm artwork in 15 min.
User friendly interface
Built with the end user in mind
ARTMYN Scanner is easy to handle with a very simple and powerful interface.
No technical expertise is required to manipulate the scanner and we provide on-site training after the installation.
The scanning data will directly land on your ARTMYN portal after the scan.
Non-intrusive scanning technology
Safe for your artworks
Thanks to short illumination time, a scanned work is only receiving the light energy equivalent of approximately 16 minutes under a typical gallery illumination (~50 lux).
For the optional UV and NIR imaging, the UV-A and NIR light sources are electronically switched on very briefly (respectively 200ms and 660ms) to avoid any impact on the artwork.
Once the scan is finished, you can consult the data for as long as you want, without exposing your original work to any more light.
No hard-drive, usb key or floppy disk management required
The best scanner for large, medium and small formats
Perfectly adapted to paintings, books, coins, photographs, antiquities and more.
The thickness of the surface (highest point minus lowest point) can go up to 3cm. There is no limit on the thickness of the canvas frame or book thickness.