Heritage and Arts
The many uses of 3D scanning have led to a revolution in many fields, including archaeology, heritage conservation and the arts. The high accuracy and level of detail achieved by 3D scanners allows a high quality image of any object. After taking measurements and creating point clouds, we process the collected data to create a digital 3D model of the object and document the features.
3D scanning of a work of art or heritage site allows cultural heritage to be protected and shared more easily. Géomog has a fast and non-intrusive scanning technique. All measurements are taken remotely, which avoids degradation of the work. Here are some possible applications of 3D scanning: