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.
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.
Computer vision applications have become shockingly adept at recognizing the content of images. Google’s “Quick, Draw”…
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.
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.
GeoSLAM’s new CEO Richard Betts wants you to know he’s going to change things up. “I’m…
The product offers real-time model generation feedback, enabling artists to ensure coverage on site without stopping their photogrammetry session.
Is the tech giant getting into cloud-based 3D data processing and delivery?