3D data capture is being employed as a matter of course in the public safety arena. By documenting accident scenes and forensic laser scanning to understand how accidents and intentional bad acts occur, for example, 3D information can deliver invaluable information to law enforcement and first responders.
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Trimble took the opportunity at INTERGEO to make a major product announcement: a new professional-grade…
Matterport Partners with EMC to bring 3D capture technologies into loss control and claims management
Matterport, a leading 3D capture technology and data company has partnered with EMC Insurance Companies…
In the aftermath of yet another Spar 3D, which saw yet another slew of new…
Ten Minutes with NIST’s Jeb Benson: Tech To Protect Challenge Encourages Safety, Innovation Through 3D
A federal agency’s open competition for the development of 3D technology could be a win-win…
A growing indoor positioning and navigation market leaves room for new indoor mapping products. Esri’s recent acquisition of indoo.rs, a provider of real-time indoor positioning solutions, for mobile apps means head start over competitors.
360° capture just got a whole lot more professional.
A $400 camera is all you need to enter the age of computational 3D sensing.
Two of the company’s products mature.
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.