Monthly Archives: February 2014

FARO Orders Increase – Time Scanners Update

the Time Scanners series will be shown in the U.S. on PBS this spring, maybe April Continue reading

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In a breakthrough technological development, the app features an Augmented Reality Mode. Continue reading

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Joe Paiva announced this ambitious project last year at the Esri Survey Summit. Continue reading

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Time Scanners Update

It’s really bringing 3D scanning to the masses and should be airing in quite a few places – here’s a link to the schedule. Continue reading

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XactMaps Follow Up

Here is a video that shows a post-processed point cloud from XactMaps with Velodyne’s HDL-32E without GPS/IMU scanning a cathedral in Rhode Island. Continue reading

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XactMaps Flys the Velodyne HDL- 32E at ILMF 2014

XactMaps flew their UAS with the Velodyne HDL – 32E at the recent ILMF 2014 conference.

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A New 3D World

One of the comments that I saw wondered about where all this new technology would take us over the next 5 to 10 years. Continue reading

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Google’s Project Tango

I am at a loss for words, so please help me describe the impact of this on our industry Continue reading

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ASPRS 2014 is in Louisville, Kentucky

this will be the first opportunity to discuss the future direction of this important professional organization as a group. Continue reading

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Triple Crown Leadership

I happened to attend a presentation by Bob Vanourek who has written a book entitled Triple Crown Leadership. Continue reading

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