The download page provides further instructions for the applications we recommend to browse our scanned data, view 360-degree photographs, or open CAD files. With these applications, our clients can enjoy seamless access to our data on their preferred devices or system platforms.
It is a cloud-based software application that allows users to share, view, and collaborate on point cloud data. It is designed for architects, engineers, surveyors, and other professionals who work with point cloud data in their projects. We use PointCab Origins software to share our sliced point clouds with our customers.
It is a mobile and desktop application that enables users to browse and manage 360-degree photographs. The app is available for Android, Windows, and Mac devices and can be downloaded for free from their respective app stores. By using the app, you can access the photographic records that we provide.
It is an open-source software application for processing, analysing, and visualising 3D point cloud data. The app is designed for professionals working with point cloud data in surveying, engineering, and architecture. Using the app, you can open the E57 files (scanned data) we provide as a part of the project.
Leica TrueView is a powerful software solution developed by Leica Geosystems that enables users to open and interact with LGS files. LGS files are a proprietary file format that stores point cloud data captured by laser scanners. It allows measurements and annotations to be made directly on the point cloud, facilitating accurate analysis and documentation. Users can also apply colourisation to the point cloud, making it easier to differentiate objects and surfaces.
It is a software application used for viewing and editing 2D CAD drawings. It supports various CAD formats, including DWG, DXF, and DWF, making it easy for users to view and collaborate on CAD files across different platforms. By using the app, you can open our CAD files. The application is available for desktop and mobile devices, allowing you to access our CAD files on the go.
Potree enables the rendering and exploration of these point clouds directly in a web browser without any plugins or additional software installations. It utilises WebGL, a web standard for rendering 3D graphics, to achieve high-performance visualisation.