It’s small and it’s inexpensive enough to experiment with–you can put it in places you’d never want to use a more expensive sensor.
It’s a crucial timesaver.
Depending on who you ask, we could be living in a golden age of imaging…
The company says it’s intended for smart home applications and it doesn’t need the cloud.
It’s called Laser Bear Honeycomb, and it could mean big things.
It’s hard to get much smaller than this.
Incredible resolution comes with caveats.
360° capture just got a whole lot more professional.
Microsoft’s next generation takes aim at users in AEC, infrastructure, manufacturing, and more.
Construction visualization moves to the next dimension.
The HoloLens 2 means business.