Indoor 3D Capture

The indoor 3D capture has potential to convert panoramic photos into 3D models as well as CAD/BIM drawings


What is indoor 3D reality capture?

Indoor 3D image reality capture ensures efficient, safe and non-invasive data acquisition to create very detailed data sets.

Using photogrammetric techniques, the panoramic shots are being cobined together to create 3D meshes and point clouds.

The technologies that ConVue uses include photogrammetry, LiDAR and terrestrial laser scanning.

The indoor capture scanning can be used for several CAD and spatial applications.

How indoor 3D reality capture operates?

There are several overlapping high definition digital photos which are used to create the digital model. The images are combined by overlapping them to form a 3D model of the building.

Applications of 3D Reality Capture

3D photogrammetric imaging sytems are used to capture larger areas at a quicker capture rate than laser scanners. This would enable photogrammetric systems to be utilised for different uses such as:

Scan to BIM

Scan to BIM

Create 3D model and digital twin from scanning current assets

Heritage Structure Archive

Heritage Structure Archive

Suitable for cultural heritage surveys and mapping, as well as to capture aspects of the building such as facades

Building inspections

Building Inspections

Suitable for cultural heritage surveys and mapping, as well as to capture aspects of the building such as facades

Construction Monitoring Progress

Construction Monitoring Progress

Generate a indoor capture survey on a regular basis to see the progress of the construction site

Visual imaging

Visual imaging

Capture the parts of the building and their condition which can be utilised for regular construction audit reports, more accurate as compared to manual written audits

Projects

Syndal

St Christopher’s Syndal

Indoor Mapping

Apartment Scanning

Glenferrie

Glenferrie Station