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Accuracy specs are the most important thing to look at when you’re buying a new scanner… right?
A $400 camera is all you need to enter the age of computational 3D sensing.
The iPhone X is setting a new standard for photogrammetry–but not for the reasons you think.
VanGogh Imaging is the latest company to exploit into the iPhone’s active sensor.
AR/VR models need a lot more than high accuracy to look realistic.
Scandy’s latest app uses the iPhone’s TrueDepth active 3D sensor to scan in 3D, but the company has a lot more up its sleeve (including a forthcoming 3D video app).
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.
AR and VR technology present new market opportunities for photogrammetry companies. Photogrammetry can bring the accuracy needed for VR models and AR objects to be presented on top of the physical environment.
How does 300k points per second sound? And mounting on a UAV?