Are AR/VR headsets and domes worth the money? If all we are doing is looking at an environment or visualizing data, why do we need to walk around it–are our current solutions not enough?
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The new scanner is a step up from a BLK 360, and could make your registration headaches a thing of the past.
At this year’s HxGN Live, Leica Geosystems announced its latest UAV, the Leica Aibot. The…
More 3D solutions, more 3D problems.
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…
Hangar uses robotics, autonomy, and economies of scale that will help bring big data into GIS, as well as a new era of machine-learning, AI, and deeper insight.
AR-based navigation is here to stay. After Mapbox, Google recently introduced a new navigation service that uses augmented reality (AR) technology on smartphones. It has big plans for the future, applying computer vision and AR where possible. Meanwhile, the first new competitor in this space announced itself.
Tools for rendering point-cloud animations to show off your work or communicate with clients have gone dormant over the past decade. Are meshes making point clouds obsolete?
When you think of infrastructure work, you probably picture above-ground construction. But it’s just as…