We use Lidar scanning technology and photogrammetry to build a point cloud database of any environment. We can convert to poly meshes and produce plates for film and television as well as build out complete textured 3D models to exact scale.
We scanned and captured point cloud data of this iconic location at 57th street, TIme Warner Center with the Riegl scanner using twenty different scan positions. We then built out in MAYA and imported into Brainstorm InifinitySet for real time production.
Columbus Circle/Central Park Entrance/Time Warner Center
Scanned with Riegl Scanner and built out in MAYA for realtime production using Brainstorm InfinitySet software
We scanned and captured point cloud data of the BET hard set at CBS studios in New York with the FARO scanner. We later built out a portion of the set to use and test for Augmented Reality. We used MAYA to Brainstorm InfinitySet in our workflow.
BET FLYThrough CBS Studios 2015
Scanned with FARO scanner and built out in MAYA for real time production using Brainstorm InfnitySet
Image from Real Time Render Brainstorm InfinitySet Software
Converted from cloud point data to polygons in MAYA exported to Brainstorm InfinitySet software
Brooklyn kitchen scanned with FARO Lidar scanner. Built out in MAYA 2016 for real time production in Brainstorm InfinitySet and Oculus Rift
Brooklyn Apartment Lidar scan
This apartment in Brooklyn scanned with FARO scanner then built out in MAYA 2016 for Oculus Rift and Brainstorm InfinitySet
Kitchen running in VR software Brainstorm InfinitySet and Oculus Rift
This is the kitchen build out with exact scale and textures applied, Multiple rendered layers are baked into the texture plates including Ambient Occlusion, diffuse, Specular, and color channels as well as another lighting solution from Iray. A 4K video of the garden is playing live, seen through the steel doors to the right. Real time shadows and reflections are also a part of the advance software of Brainstorm InfinitySet.