Saturday, May 3, 2014

A new laser scanning technology created by Scott Page Design, the security of your home will never be the same. The technology allows depth mapping even within those walls of yours. The powerful laser has the capacity to scan both the exterior and even the inner surface of. The laser scanning technology’s main application is to document as well as to show architectural flaws and transformations previously unimaginable. With this particular technology, we can easily map the entire world in outstanding detail, that is certainly something that before was nearly impossible without spending hundreds of thousands of years onto it. 

Consider 3D laser scanning for:
  • As-Built Deliverables: plans, sections and elevations
  • 3D modeling
  • Heritage surveys
  • Site planning
  • Animated fly-throughs
  • MEP and Electrical layouts
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Clash Detection
Accurate measurements have always been a crucial element in the design process, from initial design studies through final construction documents. This is especially true for as-built conditions that require a thorough building survey before design work commences. In the past, measurements were typically taken with a tape measure, paper and pencil. The structure was pieced together from countless dimensions, photos, and experience. As the project evolved, frequent site visits were often necessary to fill out gaps in the information. With diligence, a typical drawing set would be accurate enough to guide the project through the planning department to the builder, who was left to sort out remaining irregularities. 3D laser scanning provides a better way to quickly and accurately capture as-built conditions for building documentation.
3D imaging is a relatively new development for architects, though it has been a valuable tool for engineers, surveyors and cartographers for the past decade. As scanner prices have declined and CAD software packages evolved to accept scan data, 3D laser scanners have finally reached architects and design professionals, improving dimensional accuracy and hastening as-built documentation, leaving more time for creativity and innovation.

  • Almost any project that requires accurate as-built information can benefit from 3D imaging: Measurement accuracy of ±2mm (depending on distance to measured object).
  • Unobtrusive data capture methods.
  • Reduced costly ‘return’ site visits.
  • Rapid data capture of large volumes with increased accuracy.
  • Measurements can be made quickly and easily when required without the need for return site visits.
  • Shorter project times with a rapid turnaround of information.
  • Point clouds can be checked and measured using free viewing software, from any scan location.
  • Digital records.
Laser Scanning Applications
  • Architectural design
  • Heritage surveys
  • Structural engineering
  • Deformation analysis
  • Clash detection
  • Manufacturing
  • Commercial real estate
  • Insurance documentation
  • Documenting construction progress


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