Google scans the world with vehicles and aircraft. Start-up Rescan has its ready solution.
The company secretly worked on his technology of 3D scanning for four years, and now it presented a ready-to-use hardware and software. The Rescan feature of the technology is that it captures the world from the point of view of a person, not a car or robot.
“Human 3D scanner” with cameras and a laser helmet is inside and outside the premises and digitizes the environment in record time: 23 hours you can scan more than 23,000 square meters of stairs, uneven surfaces and open spaces and convert them into a 3D model.
Passers-by identifitseerida system and are automatically deleted from the digital duplicate. AI-supported object recognition is also integrated.
3D scanning on the go
Then the 3D model you can view, measure, analyze, and share it with others in the appropriate application for the smartphone or exported to a VR-compatible 3D environments.
Founded in Silicon valley in 2015, professionals in the field of real estate, the company is considering applications in such areas as real estate, architecture, construction, search locations and the development of virtual games. The aim is to create the largest market for digital spatial data.
Business clients pay an annual fee for storing their 3D models and data. Quotations can be requested on the official website.
Currently, the startup is working on integration with Google. The biggest competitor Rescan will probably be a 3D platform Matterport, which already works with Google and creates images for Street View.