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I try to sign up but it does not accept gmail or hotmail addresses.

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I am looking forward to this slice of genius.

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Cant be long now.... ;)
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Ioannis wrote:
Thu May 07, 2020 1:59 pm
I try to sign up but it does not accept gmail or hotmail addresses.
Hello Ioannis,
as we do B2B it is less common to have hotmail or gmail as company account. We would be happy to share further details, so in case you have a company mail-adress please use this one.

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Jason Warren wrote:
Sat May 09, 2020 9:58 am
Cant be long now.... ;)
...Jason, I fully agree :like:

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any idea about the price?

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Have a look here for more details:
https://www.laserscanningforum.com/foru ... 28&t=16283

Short answer is that it is more affordable than existing mobile systems in the market, but reach out to us to get more details!

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Ok, just being playing around with the sample data and I have to say that I'm mightily impressed with what I've seen so far. Uniformly spaced points resulting in a compact efficient point cloud with crisp colouring and detail all obvious noise removed. On the basis that most point clouds look good from a distance I decided to capture a few shots at a close level of detail to illustrate what has me impressed here;

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Full point cloud, zoomed out, showing one pixel per point in ortho projection to illustrate point density. Just 327 million points occupying 251mb in memory in SCC (873mb e57).

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Zoomed int, showing two pixels per point in ortho projection to illustrate point density

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Fire hydrant beside a door, plenty of points to show it and the wall as a solid (isometric, variable pixel size)

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10mm slice through same wall and fire hydrant to look for noise. Added a 100mm grid for reference

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Zoomed out and increased slice thickness to 50mm

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Output from SCC automatic vectorizing on the same slice, lines fit to 1mm, arcs fit to 3mm. Data is ideal for this type of analysis in terms of being noise free and evenly spaced. Also exceptionally fast for extraction given compact size.

I'm guessing the results here are due to the excellent NavVis point cloud post processing. While I can't comment on the absolute accuracy, the quality of the data at first glance seems remarkable. Like others, I'd be interested in hearing the price and also the post processing time and hardware spec required.

Lastly congrats to team NavVis, fantastic work!

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Output from SCC automatic vectorizing on the same slice, lines fit to 1mm, arcs fit to 3mm. Data is ideal for this type of analysis in terms of being noise free and evenly spaced. Also exceptionally fast for extraction given compact size.

I'm guessing the results here are due to the excellent NavVis point cloud post processing. While I can't comment on the absolute accuracy, the quality of the data at first glance seems remarkable. Like others, I'd be interested in hearing the price and also the post processing time and hardware spec required.

Lastly congrats to team NavVis, fantastic work!
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Thanks so much to the great feedback Shane and Scott. This really means a lot to the team at NavVis!

Lets make this the main thread since we have most information here so far. I will post more information tomorrow and I am happy to answer your questions. When it comes to price, I can just say that you will be positively surprised (hopefully ;) ) and get more information via our business team.

Here is the launch video again:


youtu.be/sPF6iXvGpT8

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