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360º Videos: NCTech Commercial Director Chris Dryden and Technical Sales Director Andrew Baddeley chat about NCTech's LASiris VR 3D Reality Capture Camera with We Get Around Network Forum Founder Dan Smigrod.
NCTech LASiris VR 3D Reality Capture Camera, ColourCloud Software and Hosting Platform (OneStopVR.com)
The NCTech LASirs VR is one cool Camera + LiDAD scanner.
I got to chat with the NCTech team about this camera that mashes up the point cloud with the pano photography to create a color point cloud (that's important for visualization).
The specs are pretty cool for the quality of the photography and LiDAR scanning data and it works with 1-touch of the Camera.
As I describe in the video, it sounds like MAGIC!
While $13,000 might sound like a lot for those of us that bought a Matterport Camera, the price is actually amazing when compared to LiDAR scanners that cost $40,000+ ...
This camera will democratize 3D scanning in the visualization space that doesn't require the accuracy of a $40,000 solution.
While you wouldn't buy this camera as a solution for Google Street View capture, that's a plus, when you buy it for other use cases.
This is a very interesting solution for larger spaces where the point cloud capture matters.
With the NCTech Hosting Platform - OneStopVR.com - many exciting possibilities are coming soon. The platform is open. So, you can publish the photography and point cloud from the LASiris VR - or other camera/scanner solutions - to the platform.
The NCTech LASiris VR – with a price point of $13,000 – will open up new possibilities that were previously cost prohibitive.
I could imagine that if you get one project that justifies the purchase, you will find a ton of other business use case opportunities.
Some of the most likely use cases will be uses that even NCTech team hasn't even imagined. When you put a tool like this in the hands of a Pro, magic will happen.
Take a look at the videos and let us know what you think.
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|Ok. I looked at both of these. It has produced more questions than answers.
the 360 video loop in the background was cool but I'd like to see more examples of a deliverable product.
Did I get this right? $13k and that's is? No monthly subscription, per project cost? Once I pay, I just collect?
I really need to get caught up on everything.
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