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Getting REAL

Autodesk deserves a lot of credit for staging this kind of event and encouraging this kind of dialogue and thought process. Continue reading

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REAL 2015 Opens Today

The new look conference kicks off today with REAL Stories followed by REAL Making, REAL Mobile, REAL Construction – you get the idea. Continue reading

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ILMF 2015 DAY 2 – Fisheye Cameras

After a rigorous analysis they found that the accuracy of the point clouds was quite similar. Continue reading

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UAVs and Photon Counting

And on that topic the breakout session on photo counting which included four papers was standing room only. Continue reading

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Postage Stamp Sized Lidar

Quanergy announced a lidar system for vehicles at an initial price of $2,500 (two 8-laser sensors at $1000 each and $500 for an Nvidia Tegra K1 based processing unit with artificial intelligence software). By 2018, they are expecting to have … Continue reading

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Rare Stegosaurus Now in 3D

The Natural History Museum is thrilled with the scan data, the modelling and the 3D printed touch objects. Continue reading

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Geiger Mode Lidar Sensor

Finally, the accuracy assessment is more like that of photogrammetric bundle adjustment than the current QA/QC techniques used for linear sensors. Continue reading

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ILMF and REAL Are Next Week

I hope to see many of you in person and if you are not attending I will be keeping you informed of all the latest developments. Continue reading

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Preserving Mount Vernon in 3D

The goal is to create a HBIM – a “Historic” BIM to house the as-built 3D data as well as the incredible amount of historic information Continue reading

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Searching for an Ancient Civilization

The UK-led project is trying to determine how big these communities were, and to what degree they altered the landscape. Continue reading

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