By repeating the scan in several different positions and merging the resulting data, a “point cloud” is generated: a group of points so densely collected that when viewed on computer they form a photo-realistic three-dimensional digital model of the scanned site or object.
The digital model can be accessed months or years later, long after the real world environment has changed. The scene can be viewed from any perspective or vantage point and the distance between any two points can be measured and extracted for an engineer’s analysis. And if necessary, the preserved spatial information provides a highly accurate foundation for scene and vehicle reconstruction.
essentially creating a digital “time capsule”…
future analysis and reconstruction.
- Scan data can be used to evaluate the accuracy of measurements collected by engineers using other means
- Scan data can be referred to various experts for analysis
- Spatial analysis is performed independently of opinion analysis
- Scan data can be presented in court without expert opinion support
- Any evidence that comes up later can be evaluated with the scan data
- Preserve ALL scene details for future analysis
- Full colour 360 degree virtual walkthroughs
- Comprehensive data for engineer analysis
- View scene from any perspective
- Evaluate line-of-sight issues
- Accurate data for reconstruction and animation