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.