A simple solution to a complex problem.
The increasing popularity of augmented reality has shown that we understand 3D best when it is presented…
Two companies with popular visualization products are helping to bring Street View indoors.
With plans to compete for the real-estate 3D capture market before moving into construction, interior design, and insurance.
3D tech is about to enter a new era, but there’s one thing we still need before we can make it happen: standards for data processing.
Now that we’re drowning in data, we’ll need better ways to process it. Like CurvSurf’s new algorithm.
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.
The company’s 3D camera is representative of a sea change for the whole industry.
3D Repo platform brings its cloud platform for BIM collaboration to the next level with a new virtual reality function.
A mobile mapping solution that handles urban canyons with ease.
Hexagon CTO Burkhard Boeckem lays out the two-stream strategy that has helped Hexagon and Leica continue pushing the boundaries of 3D tech.