Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Zamani Project

The project is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and is also supported by Z+F, Trimble, Leica GeoSystems and Faro. Continue reading

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Head in the Point Clouds

Sam put a lot of energy and insight into this work helping to move the industry forward. Continue reading

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3D Laser Scanner System Uncertainty is Uncertain

The caller informed me that he is working on a methodology for determining the uncertainty of individual measurements made with a laser scanner. Continue reading

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6-Sensor Laser Scanner Fusion System

This system provides a full 360 degree view around the vehicle. Continue reading

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Using Flash LiDAR to Autonomously Refuel Planes

We also got to take a tour of a Los Angeles class nuclear attack sub on that trip, visit the home of Top Gun and sit in a Tom Cat fighter jet. Continue reading

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Preserving Train History with Laser Scanning

Now this would be a labor of love – laser scanning historic trains to create precise 3D models that can then be 3D printed. Continue reading

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Laser Scanning Smart Phone App

Well, you knew it was coming – laser scanning using your smart phone Continue reading

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Epic Scan Delivers Advanced Building Documentation Services

Carlos Velazquez and his team at Epic Scan are leaders in the use of laser scanning for documenting buildings. Continue reading

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3D Print Laser Scans as a Service

Clarity Scanning is offering to print your 3D models as a service. Continue reading

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Laser Scanning of Landslides

This is an interesting introductory video on the use of laser scanning to analyze landslides. Continue reading

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