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KIRI Engine is a 3D scanning app based on photogrammetry technologies. KIRI Engine provides a full-power photogrammetry experience in a user-friendly way. It’s probably the most affordable photogrammetry app in the market too, the app is free to download, and users have free 3D scans every week. For a small monthly fee, the app provides more powerful options to increase scan quality.

KIRI Engine has many features, we’ve highlighted a few for you just to show how awesome it is:

1. The 3D model comes with textures, it looks so real when you put the model into an augmented reality application.
2. Sometimes size matters, we provide low-poly options so the 3D model will always have the right face count for your 3d project.
3. The raw 3D model is sharp and clear with our auto noise removal. This will become one of your favorite features if you hate post-editing like us.
4. The app is free to use, you will get coupons for exporting models weekly or by finishing tutorials and inviting your friends…

• Unlimited projects upload
• Unlimited 3D model reconstructions
• Up to 70 photos upload per project
• Free model exports!

Terms of Use:

Version 1.14.1

1.Added cropping tool
2.Added support for "French"

Ratings and Reviews

32 Ratings

Why do i have to pay

I seached ever single photogrammetry app on apple app store and didnt find 1 that is free and good and on this app u have to wait 4 hours or more to get the pictures done. I just want a decent app that can function without paying for stupid things

Hi there. I believe there's a misunderstanding. We offer COMPLETELY free options in the app. Every week you will get 3 free export coupons to export the 3D scan free. But we also allow more hard-core users to pay for a small subscription fee every month to have unlimited export. But to clarify, you can 3D scan and export for free. Please consider give it a try and if you like our free service, please update this rating, it would really mean a lot to us :D Feel free to reach out to us directly via email at [email protected]

Enjoyable Experience

Feel enjoyable using the app. Very straight forward, nice design. I have been playing it with my 5 year old girl and we both love it! My daughter has been printing and sharing little stuff with her friends at school and our community. Highly recommended!!

Thank you very much for leaving this commend and helping us spread the word to neighbors, it really means a lot to us :D We are working on more cool features and it will be available soon. Stay tuned!!

It just works!

Tried photogrammetry with completely free solutions like zephyr but never got great results. Kiri gives great instructions at the beginning and the scans are beautiful! There’s a bit of a wait time but if my home pc could do this I bet it would take that long anyway.

Thank you very much for leaving this commend and helping us spread the word to neighbors, it really means a lot to us :D We are working on more cool features and it will be available soon. Stay tuned!!

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A few words about KIRI Innovations

KIRI Innovations Science and Technology Inc. (we’ll abbreviate to KIRI Innovations or KIRI from now on) was founded by three friends in 2018. During their university studies in Mechanical engineering and management, Jack, Chris, and Peter often needed to rely on 3D scanning technology for their projects.

However, they found that 3D scanners were really expensive– especially pre-2018. This was obviously a problem; how can students learn to work with modern tools and technologies if they’re out of reach?

That’s what motivated the mech-eng trio to found KIRI Innovations, with the goal of making 3D scanning accessible to everyone. In 2019, they Kickstarted the PHIZ 3D scanner, a turntable-equipped laser 3D scanner designed to work with smartphone photogrammetry. The campaign encountered quite the success, raising over CA$270K thanks to 908 enthusiastic contributors, and KIRI started manufacturing the PHIZ in 2020.

Then Covid happened, pushing shipping back to April 2021. And after facing a few issues with this first-gen hardware, KIRI decided to discontinue the PHIZ to focus on what we’re here for today: KIRI Engine, a free 3D scanner app for smartphones.

Before we move on to the rest of this KIRI Engine review, here is a quick recap of the app’s pros and cons.


  • Powerful app, even the free version
  • iOS and Android compatibility
  • Clean, simple interface
  • Option to import photos from other devices
  • Frequent updates and feedback integration
  • Little to zero artifacts


  • No in-app model editing
  • Lacks live feedback

How KIRI’s free 3D scanning app works

KIRI Engine is based on photogrammetry. What the app (and its AI algorithms) does is reconstruct an object in 3D based on the photos you take. The more pictures you take, at different angles and all around the object, the better the app can determine the object’s shape.

So, for example, you can’t just take one front-facing photo of your object and expect the app to guess the rest of the object’s shape. What you “see” is what you get.

Logically, taking more photos means processing more data. If you were to process hundreds of photos, you’d need a monster PC or wait hours for your struggling computer to deliver the 3D result. This is one of the limitations of PC-based photogrammetry software options, which are already pricey alone (even if some free options exist).

With KIRI Engine, however, all the processing happens on the cloud via KIRI’s servers. You can use any smartphone (that is still compatible with today’s apps, obviously), whatever its RAM or chips. The only thing that matters, aside from signing up to be able to access the servers, is your phone’s camera. A low-resolution camera will give low-resolution results; a high-resolution camera will give you high-resolution results.

You can even use photos taken with a professional DSLR camera (those big, chunky cameras), transfer them to your phone, and upload them to KIRI Engine.

Note: At the time of writing, a web portal version of KIRI Engine is soon to be released for Premium subscription users. It will then be possible to easily upload any set of photos from your computer.

TL;DR: KIRI Engine detect’s an object’s shape thanks to a set of photos of the object. All the processing happens on KIRI’s servers, not your phone, so the only thing you need is a recent smartphone with a decent camera.

First steps and impressions

Downloading the app

KIRI Engine is available on both Android and iOS. There are links to Google Play and the App Store on KIRI’s website, but you can also just enter “KIRI” in either search bar and you’ll easily find the app.

The KIRI Engine 3D scanner app is available on both iOS and Android. Source: Aniwaa

As for any app you download via Google Play or the App Store, you just need to hit download/install and you’re all set. Easy.

Signup and login

The signup flow is simple and easy, too. You enter your email address (and the validation code you’ll receive) and create a password; no newsletter signups, no personal data to enter.  

When you log in for the first time, a quick quiz pops up to ask three basic 3D scanning questions. It’s actually a fun, interactive way to subtly give users tips on which objects the app works best on. There are a few minor translation errors, but I won’t elaborate more on the content of these questions so you can take the quiz spoiler-free 😉

Once you’ve completed the quiz– which you can skip if you want–, you’ll receive three free Export Coupons (more info on coupons in the next section).


This 3D scanning app is completely free to use in its standard version, but there is a Premium version available with a monthly or yearly subscription. 

The offer is pretty straightforward:

Standard version (free)Premium version (paid)
Price (monthly subscription)$7. 99/€7.49 per month*
Price (yearly subscription)$59.99/€52.99 per year
(equal to $4.99/€4.49 per month)*
Photos per scan70 photos200 photos
Scan exports3 coupons per weekUnlimited
ServerStandard serverFast server (less queuing and quicker processing)
*At the time of writing. These are discounted prices meant to attract more users while the KIRI team continues to innovate on other projects.

If you’re just trying out the app to see how 3D scanning works and/or for the occasional, small-sized object scan, the free version will probably suit you just fine.

Photos per scan

You can take up to 70 photos per scan with the Free version, and up to 200 photos with the Premium version. Before KIRI topped up my account with a Premium subscription, I tried two “rough” scans of simple objects.

The first was a very quick scan for which I wasn’t expecting much; it was just to try the app and take a look at the interface. I took 24 photos of a world map globe and the app managed to generate a great 3D model. For the second one, another off-the-record scan to show a friend, I took 70 photos of a plant and obtained an excellent result.

My first two scans with free 3D scanning app KIRI Engine. Source: Aniwaa

Thus, the 70-photo limit is quite alright for small and simple objects (up to 30x30cm), and I feel that you can definitely optimize the way you take photos to use the least possible. If you need to scan larger objects, or ones with a lot of different geometries and overhangs, you will probably need to go Premium.

Coupons (Free version)

In the Free version, you need to use a coupon to export your scans. To be clear, you can start as many scan projects as you want, but you can only export them (download the actual 3D model) for one coupon each. What’s nice is that you can preview your model before choosing to export it, so you don’t waste any coupons on a bad scan.

The app’s “coupon wallet”. Source: Aniwaa

Your account automatically gets topped up with 3 export coupons each week. If you invite friends, you can get 1 coupon for each new account they create.

KIRI Engine 3D scanning app: Free vs Premium

The Free version of KIRI Engine already offers a lot. The ability to obtain such scans for free is itself amazing. It’s excellent for makers, students, and anyone who wants to try 3D scanning or do the occasional scan (again, for small or simple objects).

But if you regularly use the app, going for the comfort of the Premium subscription is, to me, a no-brainer. For $60 a year, you can get fantastic scans that even 500-dollar 3D scanners can’t achieve, or at least not as quickly and easily. Going for a monthly subscription ($7.99) is also a great option for those who don’t know how much they’ll be using the app or those who need it for a one-time project.

Plus, you don’t need to invest in a high-end PC since all the processing power comes remotely from KIRI’s servers. The only thing you need is an internet connection and your smartphone, which you might want to upgrade if its camera specs aren’t great.

Interface and UX

The app is clean and modern. There are five main zones you can access:

  • Project library: You can scroll through your past projects and project drafts. 
  • Search: When you have dozens of projects, you can easily pinpoint one (if you recall what you named it) by using the search option.
  • New scan: This is where you take photos or upload an album (more info in the next section).
  • Favorites: The KIRI team showcases a few of their favorite scans here.
  • Account: This area lets you view your account settings, invite friends, see how many coupons you have left, and gives you direct access to KIRI’s tutorial video on YouTube.

Everything is pretty straightforward, so the app is easy to use. Going from one area or action to another is smooth, too; I didn’t experience any lags or bugs during the time I used it. 

Here is a tour of the app:

Starting a new scan

To start a new scan, you simply tap the Plus icon at the center bottom of your screen. The app asks you if you want to upload from an album* or take photos directly with your phone.

*You can select the first option to leverage photos from a higher-grade camera or existing pictures you may have (screenshots from a video game, for example).

The camera interface is simple, there’s just the usual round button to take a picture and a counter to let you know how many you’ve taken and how much you have left.

3D scanning experience

First scan

For my first scan, I just took two minutes to scan a small world globe map, on a messy table. There were different papers around the table, a cup of coffee, and other random household objects. I wasn’t aiming for ideal conditions, I just wanted to see what the app was capable of before officially testing it.

Honestly, I wasn’t expecting much, having tried low-cost 3D scanners and free apps without *great* results. So I was very impressed when, after 2 minutes to take 24 photos and another couple of minutes for the app to process them, I got an accurate color 3D scan of the globe:

My very first scan with KIRI Engine. Source: Aniwaa

Of course, it isn’t whole; there are black areas, and I didn’t take the object from that many angles. But considering the lack of preparation for this quick scan, the result is excellent.


One of the challenges linked to 3D scanning, particularly with photogrammetry-based technologies, is that it’s hard for the software to draw the line between what you’re targeting and what’s around it. That’s why it’s best to try and isolate the object from others (but not too much because the app needs context to be able to calculate the object’s size and position), to get a clean 3D model.  

For example, if you’re scanning a mug on your kitchen counter, you probably don’t want to capture your salt and pepper holders, your faucet, toaster, etc. When you capture something that’s not part of your target object, it’s called noise or artifacts.

I was pretty impressed with KIRI Engine’s capabilities because, as mentioned earlier, when I used it for the first time (world map globe), there was a lot of clutter on the table. So while there could have been a lot of artifacts in the result, it was actually quite clean.

The same goes for most of my scans, like the plant below (downloaded as-is, with zero post-processing). I placed it on the floor in the middle of our living room (with all our furniture and decorations) and the app really focused on the plant.

AI Object Masking

During the first few weeks that I had the app, you had to move all around your object; you couldn’t simply turn the object in front of the camera. The app would use your environment (walls, floor, furniture, …) to calculate the object’s position. This means no turntables, and complicates things a little bit.

However, KIRI recently released a beta feature called AI Object Masking. After you take your pictures and get to the next screen/step, you toggle this option so that the algorithms know that the background is fixed and the object is moved, not the other way around.

When I tested this feature, it wasn’t fully functional yet, as the AI (artificial intelligence) still needs to perfect itself by learning from more scans. It did really nicely on part of a clay figurine I scanned, so there’s definitely potential, and some users on the Discord server (more on that later) have posted successful scans with this feature.

Result with the AI Object Masking feature. It only got the front face of the little clay sculpture. Source: Aniwaa

Photo feedback

Another element that could improve KIRI Engine’s user experience is getting live feedback on the pictures you’ve taken. I have seen, for example, some apps include a sort of gridded sphere around the object, so you can see which areas and angles you’ve already covered and which are missing.

This would really be useful because at the moment, you can’t complete a project with new photos (KIRI has this on their roadmap). So if you already spent time trying to capture everything perfectly, and missed a spot, you have to start all over again (or repair your model manually on a different software). This happened to me a few times and was a little bit discouraging.

Aligning scans

Another feature that is missing– but in the pipeline, too– is the ability to combine different projects. To take a concrete example: I 3D scanned my sneaker and wanted to capture the sole, too. Usually, with a 3D scanner, you can either pause your scan and flip your part over, or stop your scan project and start a second one to later align the two together.

Since this isn’t possible yet with KIRI Engine, I tried a workaround: placing the shoe on a glass table. But, as could be expected, the app was not able to determine the sole’s surface. I tried another workaround which, looking back, obviously couldn’t have worked: spraying the table with transparent mattifying spray from AESUB.

My hope was to get at least a blurry, low-quality sole, but I just got a sort of clump. It’s neither the app’s nor the spray’s fault; photogrammetry is just not possible (in this price range, at least) with transparent surfaces.

The blurry shoesole result. Source: Aniwaa

Thus, the upcoming “stitching” feature will be a great addition to KIRI Engine. I could achieve a full shoe scan with the AI Object Masking feature, too, though the AI needs a bit more training as mentioned earlier.

Exporting scans

The process to export scans is, at the moment, a bit of a pain point. The app generates a download link, which you have to copy and send to yourself by email or AirDrop, to then download it on your computer. It would be great to at least have link sharing options directly in the app, or a simplified browser-based version of KIRI Engine where you can sign in and access your account (word on the street is it’s in the works!).

The link is only valid for 1 hour; so if you need to scan several objects in a row, make sure you send yourself the link and download the export model before you move on to the next project.

One thing I would have liked to see in the app is a basic model editing interface to clip planes and fill holes, for example. You can use free software to do this at a later stage on your computer, though, with free options like Meshmixer (Windows only) or MeshLab.

KIRI Engine app updates and Discord server

As you can tell from the previous sections, the KIRI team often releases updates, fixes, and new features. I found that Jack and Chris were always attentive to user feedback, and not just mine as a reviewer.

They have a dedicated Discord server that any KIRI Engine user can join to share scans and tips, ask questions, discuss issues, give feedback and ideas, … In the few weeks that I have been on the server, I noticed that the KIRI team was very friendly and, especially, quick to act on bugs and ideas.

The Discord server really brings the KIRI team closer to their users, and you can feel a similar sense of belonging and environment as that of a gaming community.

A screenshot from the KIRI’s Discord server, in the #suggestions channel. Source: Aniwaa

3D scanning results

All of the results posted here are raw and uncleaned, straight from the app.


This 3D scanning result is amazing. It took me under 10 minutes to take all the pictures and have them processed! The texture quality is great.


This is when I used the transparent mattifying spray on the glass table. You can see that the app modelized the sole’s reflection in the glass.

I carefully took a lot of photos from a lot of angles, but there are a couple of holes at the back of the shoe. That’s why it would be nice to be able to add photos to a project, and/or to get live feedback from the app on if you’ve been thorough enough or not. I’m looking forward to these features!

Despite the holes and the clumpy sole (which I can just clip out later), the scan is very good. KIRI Engine even managed to get the inside of the shoe.

Batman figurine

Jack mentioned to me that figurines with different colors and details are ideal for KIRI Engine, so I tried scanning this little figurine (about 10cm tall). It did a great job!

DIY concrete holders

I scanned two DIY concrete holders, one small for jewelry or keys and one big for eyeglasses. They both turned out amazing, even if the edges aren’t perfect on the bigger one (fine edges and ridges are a challenge for most 3D scanners).

Clay figurine

After trying to scan this figurine with the AI Object Masking feature, and having obtained only partially successful results, I still wanted to get a full result for my niece (who painted this figurine). I scanned it again the standard way and, while it’s a bit blurry in some areas, the result is very satisfying.

A user on the Discord server mentioned it would be nice to be able to remove blurry photos from a given set; I fully agree and hope to see this possibility soon on KIRI Engine.

What this free 3D scanning app didn’t work on

Many of my scans worked, but some didn’t due to the limitations of photogrammetry:

  • Marcel, my dog: I tried to get him while he was asleep, but he always woke up and moved when he felt I was there. I did get parts of him though; fur isn’t an issue, staying still is!
  • Plants with lots of leaves: You can’t scan a flower bouquet or lush, leafy plant unless you take hundreds of pictures. You’d have to treat each flower or leaf as an object and take them from different angles.
  • Transparent surfaces: You can’t capture things that have transparent surfaces. You could use white mattifying spray, but the areas would appear white on your 3D model (which you can always post-edit).

Once you’ve done a few scans, you can easily tell if an object will be scannable or not. Trial and error is the best way to learn!


KIRI Engine surprised me several times. It can produce some excellent colored scans, with a great level of detail and little to no artifacts, in minutes, for free, without requiring an expensive PC.

Of course, the resulting 3D model cannot be compared with results from a laser or structured light 3D scanner. The main use case for this type of scan is CGI (computer-generated imagery), where you just need the object’s appearance and not a highly-detailed point cloud. I wouldn’t recommend this type of app for professional reverse engineering, for example, though it has been done for simple use cases.

Once you get the hang of it and start knowing which objects will or won’t work, you can get some excellent, colorful 3D scans. I think KIRI Engine is a very cool app for anyone to experiment with photogrammetry at home, with friends, kids, … I even used it to do a magic trick for my mom!

Finally, most of the pain points I encountered during my testing sessions have been fixed or will be in the near future, another positive thing I’d like to highlight. KIRI Engine is already powerful and will only get better over the next few months thanks to the team’s responsiveness and/to community feedback.

Scans from other KIRI Engine users

Here are a few interesting scans from other KIRI Engine users.

3D rendering

This 3D render was created by 3D artist Igor Witkowski (@0007.blend on Instagram). Igor used KIRI Engine for the background, the character, and the gas mask.

Source: Igor Witkowski

Demo statue

Kevin from YouTube channel Product Design Online also carried out a review of KIRI Engine and scanned the demo statue that comes with a low-cost 3D scanner from another brand (such as the Revopoint POP which we reviewed a few months ago). Having scanned the same statue with the POP, I can confirm that the result Kevin got with KIRI Engine is excellent.

Source: Kevin, Product Design Online

3D printing

French YouTuber KaminoKGY also did a video review of KIRI Engine. He 3D scanned a panda figurine and printed it to show the results.

Source: KaminoKGY

3D character art

Last but not least, this is one of my favorites, from Santiago Ogazón Fernández (@santiagoogazon on Instagram). He 3D scanned his father and built on the resulting 3D model to create this piece of 3D art.

KIRI Engine has a lot of potential for a lot of use cases, and I can’t wait to see more!

‎KIRI Engine - 3D Scanner

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KIRI Engine is a 3D scanning app based on photogrammetry technologies. KIRI Engine provides a full-power photogrammetry experience in a user-friendly way. It’s probably the most affordable photogrammetry app in the market too, the app is free to download, and users have free 3D scans every week. For a small monthly fee, the app provides more powerful options to increase scan quality.

KIRI Engine has many features, we’ve highlighted a few for you just to show how awesome it is:

1. The 3D model comes with textures, it looks so real when you put the model into an augmented reality application.
2. Sometimes size matters, we provide low-poly options so the 3D model will always have the right face count for your 3d project.
3. The raw 3D model is sharp and clear with our auto noise removal. This will become one of your favorite features if you hate post-editing like us.
4. The app is free to use, you will get coupons for exporting models weekly or by finishing tutorials and inviting your friends…

• Unlimited projects upload
• Unlimited 3D model reconstructions
• Up to 70 photos upload per project
• Free model exports!

Terms of Use:

Version 1.14.1

1.Added cropping tool
2.Added support for "French"

Ratings and reviews

ratings: 2


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  • On the Library page you can view your 3D scanned files. The Point Cloud tab stores the original point cloud. files you scanned; The Mesh tab stores 3D mesh models.
Scan routines

The scan routines below are just a small part of the powerful Phiz application. Phiz app can 3D scan using different algorithms, you can share 3D scans in Phiz app or even cut them for 3D printing! Please explore the Phiz app for more details!.

  1. Download the Phiz app to your smartphone

    If you use Android phones, you can download the app by scanning the QR code or directly from the App Store or Google Play by searching for 3DScanLink.
  2. Turn on Phiz Beacon and Phiz Turntable Find the power button on Phiz Beacon and Phiz Turntable. Press and hold for 5 seconds.
  3. In the Phiz app, follow the instructions and click Connect to Phiz.
  4. Make sure the object you want to scan is fully included in the preview view. Then click "Start Calibration".
  5. This is an important step. At this point, you need to remove the scan object and adjust the turntable position so that the laser line passes through the center of the turntable.
  6. After completing step 5, click Finish. Then the turntable will automatically enter calibration mode. This process will take 20 seconds, please do not move the turntable during the calibration process.

    The turntable will rotate during the calibration process. Don't worry, you're not behind, this process will only take 20 seconds.
  7. After calibration is complete, you can place the object to be scanned on the turntable and click "Start Scan".
Mesh procedures

Using the KIRI Innovation cloud service, the Phiz app allows you to create waterproof 3D models from 3D scans ready for 3D printing. The process of converting point cloud files into Waterproof 3D Models
is called "Mesh Procedure"

  1. Go to Library -> Point Cloud tab, find the point cloud. file you would like a grid.
  2. Click Grid to get ready to create the grid.
  3. If you are new to the meshing process, just leave all options as they are and click Download.

    Please note: using the KIRI Innovation cloud service, you are uploading a point cloud. file to our server to create the grid. We are committed to protecting the privacy of our users and strictly enforce our privacy policy here:
  4. Once the download is complete, you can check the tasks in the Library -> Grid tab. An unfinished task will have a status of "Pending" or "Processing". The completed task will have the status "Successful", ready for view.
  5. The task will complete in about 10 minutes. Click on file to download 3D models. You can also share 3D models with others or to your computer using

Low resolution scan time: Approx. 4–10 min.
Medium resolution: est. 8–15 min.
High resolution: Approximately 16-30 minutes
*Scan time will vary by device
Phiz Beacon battery life: 8 hours / 9 charges0011 Phiz Turntable: 6 hours / charge
Effective wireless range ≤ 1.3 feet (40 cm)
Compatible devices iPhone 6s and later (except
SE series) with iOS 12 or later.
Most Android phones after 2017
Android 6.0 and later.
Point cloud resolution Up to 2.2 million vertices
Export format STL, OBJ, PLY

More data

Dimension Phiz turntable : 150 × 150.5 × 69.55 mm
Phiz beacon : 85.5 × 85.5x165 mm
Weight 1.65kg
Antenna Built-in antenna
Battery 18650 lithium battery
Voltage: 3.6V
Phiz turntable : 2500 mAh
Phiz Beacon : 2500 mAh
Low battery warning at V1.05 firmware1.05
Laser power: 5mW
Wavelength: 520nm
SoC NRF52832
Life cycle 2500 hours
RF operating frequency 2.4-2.4835 GHz
Modulation method GFSK
Nominal RF power 20 dBm
Operating temperature -10 ° C - + 45 ° C
Displacement tage Max. 4.2V,Standard 3.7V,Min. 3.3V
Maximum charge current 1750mA, STD 500mA


a. Do not touch the laser lens with bare hands, otherwise the lens will be dirty.
b. Always keep your Magic Mark clean.

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