Correvate promises to register your 3D point cloud with a minimum of user input, without the need for targets, and up to 80% reduction in registration time—all without sacrificing accuracy or quality in the final data.
Shining 3D releases two high-res handheld 3D scanners, partners with Siemens PLM for advanced engineering software
The new Shining 3D and Siemens PLM software includes reverse engineering, generative design, and simulation together with a CAD tool, all in one platform.
Given that Bentley focuses a lot of its energy on civil infrastructure, an industry notoriously…
Trimble Dimensions 2018 showcased a company at the cutting edge of mixed-reality technology for 3D users. Sam was pleasantly surprised.
Virtual Surveyor is designed to help users create surveys from drone data. This week, the…
Marry a software developer with a keen ear for pain points and a robust industry looking for solutions and you get Revizto, a visualization tool that does a lot more than just visualize.
2018 has been a pretty good year for the Oslo-based construction startup.
It turns point clouds into meshes for much faster transfer and greatly improved viewing, but can totally reverse those meshes back into point clouds on the receiving end
A trustworthy analyst is calling it.
Varjo thinks “resolution is the revolution,” which explains exactly what the company wants to offer compared to other current VR/MR products.
Though the changes include the kinds of updates you might expect—better hardware, improved accuracy, easier workflow and so on—the updates to the UI and processing are the real stars of the show.
The Navsight processing unit at the center of the solution handles a lot of sensor fusion for you.