The commercial 3D technology market has expanded dramatically in the past few years. And it’s…
Now that we’re drowning in data, we’ll need better ways to process it. Like CurvSurf’s new algorithm.
Computer vision applications have become shockingly adept at recognizing the content of images. Google’s “Quick, Draw”…
The new headset uses the light field technology touted by Magic Leap–the difference is that it’s available for demos.
Revit Holoview gives users the ability to view and walk through full-scale Revit building models on a HoloLens–with fast processing and improved alignment.
Hexagon CTO Burkhard Boeckem lays out the two-stream strategy that has helped Hexagon and Leica continue pushing the boundaries of 3D tech.
This year: We care less about 3D accuracy, and more about visualization and software. We also learned that VR and AR aren’t just toys.
The 3D scanner captures dynamic scenes, in color, and can be mounted on a tripod in an array of 16 to capture larger scenes.
Aviad Almagor, the head of Trimble’s Mixed Reality Program tells me how the company has been able to release viable, reliable commercial products so quickly.
Kaarta’s new device makes it easy to spot-check work in the field, and even enables a few unusual workflows.
Making SLAM even faster.