Data Point Cloud
A 3D data point cloud is the current standard for taking inventories of all types of structures, offering a valuable database for any architects, investors, and project managers. opracowywania inwentaryzacji wszelkiego typu obiektów i stanowi cenną bazę danych dla projektantów, inwestorów i wykonawców. Może ona być odczytywana i opracowywana w różnych programach CAD.
High resolution orthophotos generated directly from the data point cloud – a fast way to acquire correctly scaled images of interiors, precise elevations, and cross-sections of historic objects.
Taking advantage of our many years of design experience and laser scanning methods, we offer very precise inventory documentation with technical notes in a short amount of time.
3D Printing Files
The files contain the exact spatial model of the object in the form of a vector mesh of triangles (3D mesh) created on the basis of a point cloud.
Stratigraphic studies aim at assessing the value and conservation status of exposed layers of paint in art. They the basis for authenticating and dating of historic objects, and aid in the formulation of conservation recommendations.
Presentation of Objects
For promotional and marketing purposes, we offer video presentations (point cloud animation) and make the model available in PDF3D format.
Historical Building Reconstruction
Based on photographs and iconographic materials we perform 3D reconstructions of towns, monuments, and other historically significant subjects. A 3D model can be presented as an animation or a music video that depicts the history of the subject from its inception.
What and how do we scan?
Historic Buildings and Architecture
Commercial Spaces and Engineering
Construction Site Status
The laser scanner proved an invaluable tool for getting a detailed inventory of the church crypts including determining the thickness of ceilings, floor levels, and assessing the availability of public space. Scanning was done in April 2015.
An inventory performed January 2016, as well as a survey of the humidity and salinity of the walls were the basis for a detailed reconstruction project of this medieval castle consisting of a residential tower and a peripheral wall with a gate.
Inventory of the façade and roof of this church was performed on October 2015. Information from the resulting data point cloud was the basis for forming the conservation and restoration project undertaken for the roof of the church.
Laser scanning was done in March 2017 with the goal of 3D printing a scale model of a bridge.
An example of a larger collection of historical objects is the reconstruction of the historical buildings of 16th century Wroclaw made on the basis of the Weiner Plan. The presentations and visualization of historic architectural objects were performed in cooperation with the Silesian Architecture Studio.
Scanning of the baptismal font was made using the Freestyle optical scanner to obtain a precise, spatial view of the object.