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?
A number of Intel sensors are supported, including a number commonly integrated into ruggedized tablets.
Hear from leading researchers and practitioners who are using digital technologies to understand and interpret cultural heritage assets–and create sequences in Jurrasic Park.
Want one lidar? Want two? Prefer to hold the lidar like a torch sometimes? Greenvalley has you covered.
Upload markerless, non-georeferenced 3D data of your on-site conditions, and Imerso will compare it against the BIM to tell you what’s wrong in real time.
Now all you need is an iPhone to get access to IR’s extensive 3D functionality.
OpenSpace: 360° capture that’s Fitbit simple, and a step toward the job site analytics of the future
OpenSpace makes a case for using 360° cameras–not 3D scanners-for your regular capture duties on the job site.
It promises to create models in minutes rather than days–all without a specialized laptop.
Look for improved auto-recognition, new subscription tiers, vector-object search function, and a lot more.
Earlier this year, Euclideon debuted its latest futurist technology, a Star-Wars-style hologram table that can…