Category Archives: cultural heritage

ASPRS Announces First Two Rising Stars

Chris Stayte and Corey Ochsman are the first two benefactors of the ASPRS’ Rising Star Program. Both Chris and Corey are sponsored by Woolpert. Editor’s Note – Congratulations to Chris and Corey for achieving this well deserved status. A look … Continue reading

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SAM, LLC Invests in Technology to Enhance Solutions

This is an excerpt from an article on Lidar News that provides an inside look at Surveying and Mapping, LLC – SAM and how technology has helped them become the largest geospatial service company in the U.S. Surveying and Mapping, … Continue reading

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NCALM Supports Diverse Lidar Research Projects

The National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping – NCALM is a joint effort of the University of Houston and UC Berkeley. It provides lidar data for research, advances lidar mapping and trains graduate students in the use of technologies. In … Continue reading

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USIBD 2018 Symposium is Just Two Short Weeks Away

The USIBD 2018 Symposium takes place in Las Vegas, NV September 24 – 26 in conjunction with the BIMForum at the Cosmopolitan. Act now to reserve your place at this high value event. For all of the people who either … Continue reading

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The Laser That’s Changing the World

Todd Neff has written the first comprehensive book on the development of 3D laser scanning and lidar. I think I may have reached the peak of my literary career! No, I haven’t written a book, or even a chapter of … Continue reading

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Frank Lloyd Wright – His Vision of the World in 3D

The personal story of Frank Lloyd Wright is a complex one, but for many of us there is no disputing the genius of this architect.

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Fine Art Reproduction Using 3D Mapping

Arius Technology, based in Vancouver, BC is teaming with British museum powerhouse, Tate, UK on a five-year fine art partnership to 3D scan and reproduce artworks by world-famous artists and British masters. Every so often a company really nails their … Continue reading

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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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The Laser Scanning Forum

I am not sure how many readers are familiar with the Laser Scanning Forum – LSF. I suspect most of you, but if you’re not, then this is going to be a real find. It had been quite a while … Continue reading

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