Museums/Architecture

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3D scanning provides accurate information on the real world condition of objects as they are.

This information can then be used in a wide variety of applications.



Museum and Heritage

Nothing lasts forever (except diamonds, of course!). Age old artifacts and museum displays are some of the items can be preserved digitally. Using our state of the art technology, non-contact, non-destructive digitization/3d scanning is performed on the desired object. This means that no part of our measuring equipment will ever touch the artifact. It is very similar to taking pictures with a regular camera. This replaces the previous methods such as talking plaster casts off the delicate items, which could damage them easily.

Even if the work is broken into 50 pieces, it can be scanned and digitally assembled back to its original form. Scanned works can also be scaled up or down to create life-size statues or small miniature reproductions. Of course once the piece is scanned we can make any kind of changes, such as filling in broken areas.

Museums can create complete digital archives of their collections, low –resolution copies of which can be sold to customers for their review. Also, the full-resolution models of their archives can be used to rebuild the parts, in case of theft, damage or wear to the article.

Laser Scanning

Laser Scanning

3D scanning provides accurate information on the real world condition of objects at as they are. This information can then be used in a wide variety of applications, for example to – plan new facilities, create models, determine dimensions or inspection. Utilizing our new, long-range, Surphaser 3d scanner, we can now scan even larger objects than before. Almost any surface of a building can be captured whether it’s interior or exterior. Facilities can be digitally mapped out quickly, from the floor to the ceiling in a single scan.

Blue light scanning

Blue light scanning

Historical buildings and architecture can be completely 3d digitized for archival or rebuilding purposes. This data can even be used for repairing complex shapes in ancient architecture which has been damaged or destroyed. The 3D digital data can also be used to create a complete inventory of complex manufacturing plants, like oil refineries. This archived data can be used in the future for efficient replacement and maintenance of facilities.

Benefits

    Completly archive 3D digital data of buildings
    Interior and exterior fully measured
    Storage tank deformation easily measured
    Quickly measure industrial facilities or forensic sites
    Easily maintain and protect historical architecture

Uses

    Store the digital shape of anything forever
    Make CD’s of your artifacts and sell / distribute them
    Replicate the shape of any artifact or antiquity
    Convert the digital data into the picture or animation for shows/presentations
    Prevent downtime in facilities maintenance repair