Laser and 3D Scanning
United 3D Labs offers laser and 3D scanning services with further reverse engineering and creation low-poly textured 3D models for real-time visualization.
laser scanning with FARO Focus terrestrial scanners;
3D scanning with Artec Eva and Artec Spider hand-held scanners;
shooting textures with Canon EOS-1D x Mark II objects;
photogrammetry with Canon EOS 5D Mark IV;
aerial shooting with DJI Phantom 4 PRO;
360° panoramic images and videos with Insta360 Pro.
The construction of a 3D virtual copies of objects is becoming increasingly popular, besides these objects could be quite different: they vary from a detailed 3D model of a huge refinery to the digitization of historical artifacts within the framework of the cultural heritage conservation program. The trend is easily explained as computers now can cope with huge amounts of data that necessary while creating 3D models; moreover, such visualization tools as virtual reality headsets allow to interact with a digital copy instead of the original version. That is often much more convenient.
The use of laser and 3D scanning in the industry enables you to update data on production facilities and technological structures (as drawings and diagrams can be irretrievably lost). This technology allows to obtain the most important initial data in the reconstruction of existing and construction of new facilities on the territory of your enterprise. Laser scanning is also widely used in the implementation of BIM solutions and creation of digital interactive models of enterprises.
Laser and 3D scanning are indispensable for the conservation of cultural heritage. Historical buildings and structures are inevitably destroyed under the influence of adverse weather factors; priceless museum artifacts lose their original historical look over time. Creating digital copies is, in fact, the only way to keep the ancient relics for posterity. An additional advantage of the digitization of cultural heritage objects is that creation of 3D models and giving online access to them via Internet allows museums to acquaint a much larger number of people with their funds.
Creating realistic digital copies of complex three-dimensional objects in most cases is not limited to laser or 3D scanning; usually various technologies such as scanning, photogrammetry, aerial photography, texturing, etc. are used, which combined provide high quality result. Undoubtedly, initial materials play great role in the quality of delivered solutions. Nevertheless, the very same reverse engineering or low-poly 3D models are created by people and it is their knowledge and experience that the results heavily depend on.
3D modelers, engineers, scanning specialists of United 3D Labs will be glad to see you in our show room, where our team will demonstrate ready-made projects on digitization of objects and facilities of industrial enterprises, oil refineries, museums and construction companies.
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