SLAM isn’t just for mapping without GPS.
A $400 camera is all you need to enter the age of computational 3D sensing.
How do you create tools that meet specific needs without losing flexibility?
Two of the company’s products mature.
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RIEGL offers high-quality lidar solutions that are purpose-built for a wide range of demanding applications.
Allvision: Connecting digital twins and ultra-intelligent data processing to change how we consume mobile 3D
Allvision’s platform hopes to make it possible for anyone to process mobile lidar and imagery data at scale. “We want to make it pretty much idiot proof to extract information from huge amounts of sensor data.”
What does lidar have to do with smart cities? A lot, it turns out.
UK technology provider Clearbox believes there’s a different approach to digital construction. That’s why the company has developed a series of connected products that show all point cloud data, GIS, construction data, and construction models in a connected data environment.
Arvizio’s MR Studio: The enterprise mixed-reality platform for point clouds and CAD is now available for Magic Leap
For those lucky few of you who have access to a Magic Leap headset, or…
Digital construction catches up and reality capture finally finds its business case
To offer customers a real-life experience of a design even before it is built, BIM Creators now uses VR models–and soon, AR too.