3D, 360°, Aerial, and HDR Imagery
LiDAR (LIght Detection And Ranging) is used to capture the measurements of a physical space, such as stationary objects, structures, and landscapes.
LiDAR is used in projects such as:
In just seconds, our 3D laser scanner can measure millions of points in three dimensions, giving it a cloud of single-point measurements, also known as a point cloud.
BENEFITS OF A 3D-SCAN
Incorporate Your Building Information Modelling (BIM) Process
If you work in construction, architecture, or engineering, we can help you streamline documentation, 3D-scan as-builts, and collaborate with vendors and partners. We save you TIME, which also saves you MONEY.
Export Your Point Cloud
Easily capture, share, and render your point cloud data within Revit and other BIM tools.
Generate OBJ Files
Document your construction process through OBJ and point clouds for as-builts.
Quickly Scan Tight Areas
A 3D scan allows accurate measurements to be taken in hard-to-reach areas such as trusses, pipes, and beams.
Share your space with contractors and vendors
Allow third parties to view, measure, and comment on a digital twin of the 3D space, saving on travel and personnel costs.
If you have any questions about how our services can save you time and money while improving accuracy, reach out to us!
The measurement tool in Matterport spaces gives users the ability to share measurements from anywhere in the world
MatterTags are informational spots that highlight the specific features of a digital space.
Labels are short descriptions you can associate with rooms in your 3D Space. You can use labels to do the following:
Let 3D virtual tours engage your customers:
A local builder offers a valuable option to his customers. Prior to the installation of drywall, the builder has HPS Media 3D-scan new construction prior to the installation of drywall. The scanning process takes about one hour for a typical 2,000 sq ft home. The final 3D model is then shared with the new homeowner, who can then share it remotely with future contractors and designers, if needed. (see below for an example)
By referencing this 3D model, contractors who work on future repairs, renovations, and enhancements can complete their work with minimal intrusion into the finished walls, floors, and ceilings. Contractors will not have to break open numerous openings in the walls to find pipes, wires, conduit, and ductwork, thus saving the homeowner time, money, and headaches.