3D Laser Scanned Showroom

11 Sep 2018
realserve 3d laser scanned lamborghini

Last week, our NSW team surveyed a building and showroom using our 3D laser scanning technology. Realserve provided a survey plan of the building for our customers.

From the data obtained, the survey team were also able to capture 3D point clouds of luxury vehicles just for fun!

The BLK360 3D laser scanner quickly measures and maps complex shapes and creates scans with sharp, specific detail. The point cloud data generated from the scanner is then converted for usability with a compatible 3D CAD application, such as RECAP, AutoCAD, Revit, or ArchiCAD. Using these applications, we can produce precise 2D scale drawings and 3D models. This makes analysing and navigating structures simple for those needing precise measurements.

Our 3D scanner produced some interesting views of the luxury cars. Among the cars scanned were Lamborghinis, Porches, and Ferraris. Below is a capture from the 3D scanned data of a Ferrari. 

Click here to view more point cloud data images and original photos.

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Although the 3D point cloud scans of the cars look great, they can't be used to see exact measurements and details. At the moment, this technology can only create detailed models and provide specific details for larger objects. 

But we can capture the 3D shape of many things, such as buildings, landscapes, equipment, and large objects. Some examples of Realserve’s previous 3D laser scanning services, such as a Heritage Architectural Scanning and Plant Equipment Scanning, can be found on our website. Click here to see more.

If you would like to learn more about our 3D scanning technology and the opportunities and benefits it can bring to your projects, request a callback or contact us

The drawings and models created by our 3D laser scanning technology can be used to digitally create and manage all building information, which describes all aspects of a built asset. This process can form part of your next projects Building Information Model, or BIM. Having survey-accurate information at the beginning of your BIM workflow brings confidence as you can be assured precision, accuracy, and success. 

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Point cloud scan of a white Lamborghini

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Original 3D scanner image of the previous scan

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Point cloud scan of an orange Lamborghini

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Original 3D scanner image of the previous scan

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A phone image of the previous orange Lamborghini and the BLK360 3D scanner

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