Category Archives: art

Egypt’s Most Beautiful Tomb Now in Virtual Reality

With the government limiting access to the Egyptian tomb of Queen Nefertari most of the history buffs and tourists will never get to see the incredible beauty of this amazing underground structure in person. However, thanks to Reality Virtual, Experius … Continue reading

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Art of the Point Cloud – A New Digital Medium

There have been a few contests involving a lidar point cloud as art over the past few years, but nothing is going to compare to what you will find in the just released nearly 200 pages of, Art of the … Continue reading

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CyArk and Google Combine Forces

CyArk is teaming up with Google Arts and Culture to offer an online 3D library of cultural heritage sites around the world. Ben Kacyra grew up in Mosul, Iraq and for the past 15+ years has been on a mission … Continue reading

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Leica BLK360 – Here’s How it Works

Popular YouTuber and trained cinematographer Matt Workman has created a very practical and easy to understand video about Leica Geosystems BLK360. Bottom line – he thinks the BLK 360 has many applications in the film industry, particularly for pre-production . … Continue reading

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Lidar as Art

Lidar News invites you to submit your most creative point cloud image to the 2nd annual 2016 Winter Solstice – Lidar as Art contest. Please send us your submission by December 1st. We will choose the top 5 entries and … Continue reading

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A Virtual Reality Art Experience Courtesy of LiDAR

This is one of the coolest LiDAR applications I have read about this week. A church in York, England has been scanned to create a virtual reality experience. This project, a part of the York Vespertine series, bridges art, archeology, … Continue reading

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