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.
The new scanner also boasts sub-millimeter noise
Bentley Launches Major Reality Modeling Update: New Mobile App, Photogrammetry Capture Planner, Cloud Services, and More
New Mobile App, Photogrammetry Capture Planner, Cloud Services, and More
CurvSurf’s algorithm analyzes geometry in pre-captured point clouds and even live sensor feeds–opening up huge possibilities for AR and handheld devices.
NCTech CEO Cameron Ure explains why it’s a visualizer first–and a measurement device second.
ClearEdge built its automatic feature extraction algorithms into a powerful solution for QC’ing construction work with point clouds.
While we obsess about getting better data for less, we often overlook the 3D-imaging applications that do not need survey-grade accuracy. But that’s starting to change.