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…
By being in the right place, at the right time, one company might have discovered the secret to a hi-res 3D display that everyone can afford.
Capture and view 3D video in real time, with no headset or special glasses.
Two new products make it easier than ever to use a uniquely powerful lidar technology.
128 channels without a size, cost, or weight penalty? Make a handheld lidar, strap it on your car or UAV, and get mapping.
A proprietary application makes the construction project easy to understand–and exciting enough to entice students.
Stay on point.
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).
This improved Structure sensor is compatible with Mac OS, Windows, and Linux.
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.