Recently, Apple has made a lot of moves to improve AR/VR and 3D sensing for iOS devices. Here’s a quick overview.
Hovermap’s advanced autonomy and SLAM helps drones to map faster, smarter, more completely, and in areas they couldn’t go before.
Bundle Scanse’s kit together with their 2D lidar, and you’ll spend only $700 for a 3D scanner you can deploy as-ism, or hack to your heart’s content.
“Access the same enterprise-level project collaboration solution [as a local TruView server] in a Leica Geosystems-trusted and managed cloud environment.”
Using off-the-shelf drones and WiFi devices, researchers have developed a method for performing 3D imaging through walls.
Load a BIM, place it in the real world in true 1:1 scale, and perform BIM coordination, QA/QC, field validation and clash detection, even without internet.
For enterprise users, NCTech says, the barrier to entry for 3D capture tech is virtually eliminated.
Sporting a modular design, a ton of cameras, and proprietary localization technology, it looks like the Panther was worth the wait.
Trimble expands its energy solutions portfolio with “high-value data modeling and 3D visualization services for the utilities industry.”
Kaarta’s Stencil scanner won Microsoft’s indoor mapping challenge for the second year in a row–and reported much better accuracy than last year.
Lowe’s is cementing a place at the forefront of the consumer 3D wave by bringing people what they want: frictionless shopping.
The commercial 3D technology market has expanded dramatically in the past few years. And it’s…