The scans, says cofounder and recent Harvard Business School graduate Jamal Motlagh, helps Fitted Fashion derive a precise set of individual body measurements that he and his team can then use to make perfectly fitted clothing.
Instead of â€œrecyclingâ€ the 3D glasses that my wife and I used during the movie, I took them home.
Twenty-one years and 8000 hours of work later, his part-time project has finally developed into a fledging business in Brisbane employing seven people.
AirPano is a noncommercial project focused on high resolution 3D aerial panoramas.
Both Google and Apple now have technology to create 3D maps that include buildings.
The 3D laser technology uses a special scanner mounted on a tripod to take a 360-degree image of the crash site recording 30m separate data points down to a resolution of less than a millimetre.
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