Category Archives: visualizationj

Automatically Colorize Point Clouds

The NCTECH RGB Overlay module makes it possible to colourise any point cloud data from any scanner, by directly mapping the colour data to the point cloud Continue reading

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No Glasses 3D Tablet

This is the only mobile tablet that displays 3D movies and images without cumbersome glasses. Continue reading

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Maptek’s Augmented Reality Mining App

This has to be one of the most impressive, real world uses of augmented reality that I have seen. Continue reading

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A Closer Look at Autodesk ReCap

Autodesk ReCap is the first industry solution to bring together laser scanning and photogrammetry into one streamlined process. Continue reading

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3D Model of a Major Russian Petrochemical Facility

The goal was to create a three-dimensional digital model of the four plants for the production of isoprene (raw material for rubber). Continue reading

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LiDAR Viewer

LiDAR Viewer allows seamless visualization of data sets many times the size of the computer’s main memory Continue reading

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Laser Scanning and 3D Visualization

Jeff Thurston has an excellent article on the subject of laser scanning and 3D visualization. Continue reading

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ToPa 3D – A Global Community of 3D Technology Enthusiasts and Professionals

This is one of those situations that you have to experience first hand, so I will get out of the way and let you explore. Continue reading

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Peer Reviewed Digital Preservation Website

SAVE – Serving and Archiving Virtual Environments looks like a very impressive model for the scholarly community and perhaps beyond. Continue reading

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Visualizing a Subdivision Using LiDAR Data

It would have been incredible to have the site covered with LiDAR and to be able to manipulate the DTM as shown in this video. Continue reading

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