This study aims to explore new measurements of the hand using 3D scanning and measuring software. Three different hand positions are observed and measured for a single subject in order to observe changes in the surface area of the hand during different hand positions. Using an Occipital Structure Sensor attached to an Apple iPad, 19 measurements are taken on each of the scans. The measurements are taken 3 times and then averaged to reduce measurement error. The data shows that the hands surface does morph in a way to change the distance from landmark to landmark when holding different positions. This change manifests consistently among similar distances. This shows that measuring the anthropometry of hands in different positions gives us information we may not have had prior to our ability to measure scans.