Monthly Archives: August 2012

IHEEP 2012 – September 16-20 – Montgomery, Alabama

There appears to be an emphasis on 3D applications including a number of sessions on mobile LIDAR. Continue reading

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Preparing LiDAR for Use in ArcGIS 10.1 with the Data Interoperability Extension

Find out how to quickly prepare LiDAR data for use in ArcGIS 10.1 with the Data Interoperability Extension Continue reading

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Scan and 3D Print Your Own Custom Foosball Table

The foosball players at Geomagic have taken their game to a new level Continue reading

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U.S. Airborne LiDAR Industry Threatened

It seems that, “Over the past few months, the FAA has made it increasingly difficult for operators to perform aerial LIDAR missions by classifying mapping LIDAR as a harmful laser. Continue reading

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Laser Scanning for Construction of Highway Tunnels

More particularly, Gikas studied the potential of the method for checking the tunnel profile, producing volume computations and validating the smoothness/thickness of shotcrete layers Continue reading

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3D Immersive Marketing

They are doing GeoWeb marketing and creating 3D virtual real estate tours. Continue reading

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Augmented Reality in Action

Thanks to Brian Dougherty at Terrecoda for creating this video in short order he reports Continue reading

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GeoErnest and Direct Georeferencing

That is the use of GNSS/INS to directly georeference kinematic laser scanning surveys thereby eliminating the need for ground control. 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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Kinect 2 to Support Much Greater Detail?

Rumor has it that the Kinect 2 will be able to support much greater detail. Continue reading

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