1. Convex Hull based Isovist production


    from sam McElhinney / Added

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    The circular reflection of a subject field of points is used as the basis for a complex hull analysis. The points sub-set isolated in this manner is largely equivalent to the points directly visible at the location of the centre of the circular reflection. An inverse reflection of the convex hull thus results in the isovist from that location. The approach allows for the extraction of isovist geometries from complex plans expressed purely through point cloud type data. It is potentially expandable to allow similar isovist extraction from three dimensional point cloud information such as that produced by architectural 'LIDAR' type scanning equipment.

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    • PointR3: Navigation of no limits point clouds


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      • Visualization of a point cloud with 1 billion points


        from David Eriksson / Added

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        Visualization software written in OPENGL for point clouds having billions of points. The software runs on a standard PC and uses no more than 50 MB of RAM and doesn't allocate more than a few 100 MB on the graphics card. The software reads points directly from the hard disk drive to the GPU when needed. Please watch in 1080p!

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        • ZF Profiler 200hz


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          Z+F Profiler spinning up to 200hz, used on the Leica Pegasus:Two by @SPartnership for @mobilesurveying

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          • 3D Point Cloud Demo Animation | for Google Cardboard / Occulus Rift / OpenDIVE / etc... 3D Stereo Video


            from Evan Lee / Added

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            Check out some transformations of point clouds in true stereo 3D video. Watch on your Google Cardboard / 3d Stereo viewer of choice. Created using Processing.org.

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            • Brain Games (2011)


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              See http://embodied.net/brain-games. Excerpts from the "Watch This!" episode in the first season of the Brain Games television series shown worldwide on the National Geographic Channel, with John Crawford as commentator. Program video © 2011 NTHT, LLC. Working with the episode director and crew in a television shoot at the House of Moves motion capture studio in Los Angeles, Crawford directed a dancer and two actors in a series of movement activities for a perception game played by viewers of the television series. He also co-directed a shoot where the dancer was filmed using a Phantom high-speed camera to capture dance sequences used in the episode. As commentator, Crawford was interviewed on camera for this segment to discuss motion capture technology and related perceptual issues. He explained how point clouds (fields of dots that follow a subject’s motion) can be an effective method for representing human movement.

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              • Pythagoras 14 Coming Soon


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                See some of the new features of Pythagoras 14 !!!

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                • Dominique Pouliquen Interview (Autodesk)


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                  Matt Ball interviews Dominique Pouliquen, Director of Market Development, IPG/Reality Solutions, Autodesk, at SPAR International in Colorado Springs, Colo. They discuss reality computing, the scanning workflow, ReCap Connect, the new RCS format for point clouds, how plug-ins and Web APIs can help customers, and more.

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                  • PixR3 for Mining application: let your pictures become point clouds!


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                    Watch how easy is to manage your images and get a 3D model. The new revolutionary Gexcel software that let you be absolutly 3D powerful!

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                    • PixR3 for Cultural Heritage: let your pictures become point clouds!


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                      Watch how easy is to manage your images and get a 3D model. The new revolutionary Gexcel software that let you be absolutly 3D powerful!

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