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Tatjana Dzambazova

RC3842: Reality Capture with Laser Scanning or Photos? How Do We Pick Which to Use?

(Duration 01:04:13)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Apply the best reality capture method to your project
  • Use an end-to-end workflow from reality capture to final physical prototype
  • Explain the differences between capture devices and methods
  • List the advantages of each reality capture method and associated tools

Description

Description

Technological advancements in hardware and software tools have made reality capture more prominent in many industry workflows. Designers, engineers, and artists are continuously exposed to news about new laser scanning or photo-based acquisition workflows and success stories. However, they aren't sure when to apply each of these methods or don't understand their advantages or limitations. In this class, we will use a variety of successfully captured objects from different corners of the world to reveal the base principles, strengths, limitations, and best practices for using each of the reality capture methods and devices. We will also offer insider tips to help you understand which method is most applicable for your workflows.

Target Audience

Target Audience

End User, Owner/Principal, Design professionals, artists, curators, scientists, and creatives of any kind who are intrigued by new reality capture and digital fabrication technologies

Speakers

Speakers

Tatjana Dzambazova

Tatjana Dzambazova is trained architect with 12 years of experience in architecture and design in Vienna and London. Always fascinated by the impact that technology has on our lives, she decided to continue her career in the digital design technology world where for the last 13 years she has been passionately evangelizing, teaching, authoring books and leading product development of exciting new digital design tools. An avid believer that we are all born with a sense for creativity and innovation and the need to express it, Tanja focuses her energy on helping make and promote powerful new design technologies accessible to wide range of audiences. Tanja's current role in Autodesk is strategic research and business development for Reality Capture and Digital Fabrication

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Tags

Published

  • 2012
  • RC3842

Software

  • None
  • Autodesk Revit for Architects

Industries

  • Other
  • Education
  • Architecture & Construction Service Providers

Topics

  • Reality Capture Solutions
  • Architecture and Building Design