Artec 3D released a new system that is quite different from their traditional equipment.
I took the new Scenario 3D scanning app for a test drive.
This week’s selection is “Integrating 3D Modeling, Photogrammetry and Design” by Shaun Foster and David Halbstein.
I just discovered a very interesting tool that should be of interest to anyone performing 3D scanning.
Photogrammetry software provider Capturing Reality announced a new educational license.
We managed to do an initial test of Apple’s new Object Capture feature.
Apple surprised with the announcement of a new feature that could allow any iOS device to easily capture 3D models.
If you’ve ever wanted to 3D scan and print very tiny things, the scAnt 3D scanner is for you.
There’s plenty of printable 3D model repositories these days, but none quite like African Fossils.
A citizen 3D scanner has captured and 3D printed a now-demolished building.
This week’s question is about photogrammetry services.
Adobe announced the coming availability of a new feature in their Capture app: Scantastic.
This week’s selection is “Integrating 3D Modeling, Photogrammetry and Design” by David Halbstein.
This week’s selection is “Close-Range Photogrammetry and 3D Imaging” by Thomas Luhmann, Stuart Robson, Stephen Kyle and Jan Boehm.
A non-profit organization offers massively detailed 3D data for multiple sites worldwide.
This week’s question is from reader Rinaldi Gotama, who asks about 3D scanning.
A researcher wants to know more about how you use photogrammetry, and you can fill out his survey to help a research project.
For some designers and engineers, 3D scanning physical objects to use as reference models can be the ultimate time-saver.
Some folks found a way to 3D print full color cityscapes directly from Google Earth.