For the second video in the BLK360 series, Bruce White demonstrated the simple process for importing scanned BLK360 data into ReCap on desktop, and some powerful functions for creating great presentations in ReCap.
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TOPIC: 3D Laser Scanning
Even though LiDAR has been around for decades, it's not uncommon to encounter firms that aren't using point clouds at all, especially in civil infrastructure design and construction. In the August Infrastructure Tuesday webinar, Nick Harper dove into some of the key new features and updates from Autodesk this year...
What file formats does the BLK360 support? What is the cost of renting one? Scanning expert Bruce White answers these and other questions in his 30-minute video presentation that you can now view online!
If you're using reality capture today or starting to explore the technology, you may have discovered that in order to make sense of data you collect, there is a little bit of work to do between actually capturing the data and using it in your Civil 3D drawings. Here's...
The Leica BLK360, coming this spring, will bring the cost of entry into laser scanning down to unprecedented levels—opening up new opportunities for companies and industries that were unable to justify high costs in the past.
3D laser scanning is a powerful asset for the AEC industry. But the utilization is lower than it should be based on some common misconceptions rooted in out-of-date information.
While the BLK360 likely won't be able to be a direct replacement for high-end 3D laser scanning (i.e. Leica ScanStation P40), it can serve as a useful companion to your larger, more powerful scanner.
BIM is rapidly becoming more and more prevalent in the AEC industry. As this growth occurs, implementing 3D laser scanning can help designers and engineers process more information and create smoother workflows for a project.