In a new partnership, Wysiwyg 3D has joined forces with GoProto to create a unified laser scanning and advanced manufacturing service bureau.
Using state-of-the-art laser scanners, we rapidly capture digital records of real objects, people (cyber scanning), buildings, sets and locations (lidar scanning) to create accurate 3D computer models.
With portable 3D scanners we can come to you or you can bring your ojects to our Sydney or Melbourne premises (accommodate objects with a footprint up to 10m x 4m and weight up to 2 tonnes).
Our experienced staff will match the right scanner to your needs for scale, speed, accuracy, resolution, colour, etc.
Fast & Thorough – 3D laser scanning records thousands to tens of thousands of data points per second. CMM & traditional surveying devices only measure one data point at a time. 3D scans can be completed within hours or days depending on the scale, allowing your project to progress at an accelerated rate.
Accuracy – High level of accuracy helps ensure that measurements are correct the first time so that less work is needed to complete subsequent steps in design and production stage.
Non-Contact – Because 3D laser scanning is an optical-based technology, there is no need for the scanner to touch the object. This can be helpful when seeking to measure small, intricate, or fragile features that may be distorted or damaged when touched.
Cost-Effective – Less time & labour being spent during the measurement acquisition and design iteration steps.
Safety – Our portable 3D laser scanners record accurate measurements up to several hundred meters. This keeps operators safe when the survey area is dangerous due to topography or chemical facilities. The speed of our technology also reduces the time we are on location.
Photogrammetry is the process of obtaining 3D models from photographs. We use this process to increase the accuracy of certain types of scanning projects for colourised point cloud and textured meshes.
When combined with modern software and computer vision technologies, photogrammetry is an ideal technique to create detailed 3D computer models.
Photogrammetry is widely used within the film and entertainment industry for special effects, as well as the mining, architecture, engineering and construction industry for measuring buildings and surveying landscapes.
We use the data from our scanners to rebuild the precise geometry of the scanned object in a 3D digital (computer) model.
Our digital models are used to manufacture exact copies, enlargements or miniatures of real objects.
Introduction into 3D scanning, photogrammetry and its applications.
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