Town square modeled with reality capture. (Picture courtesy of Leica Geosystems.)
Reality capture is a term for making three- dimensional (3D) digital models of objects that exist in the physical world by capturing their shape—an alternative to modeling their shape.
Reality capture starts with images (photographs and video from cameras) and digital input, such as point clouds from laser scanners (LiDAR).
Who Uses Reality Capture?
Reality capture has applications in several industrie…