NCTech, a developer of reality imaging systems, has announced its plans to put professional grade reality capture into the hands of all levels of expertise, by lowering the barriers to adoption of user-created virtual reality content.
The LASiris VR is a 3D reality capture camera that combines 120 Megapixel HDR imagery with a 100-meter range LiDAR scanner, blending high quality 360 imaging with colourised point cloud output for 3D visualisation.
Controlled via an app from a smartphone or tablet, LASiris VR makes itself useful for a variety of jobs where 3D reality content is desirable.
“The democratisation of virtual reality comes from being able to visualise and dimension your own real-world space – we have created the LASiris VR to provide a long-range, high-quality solution, to capture real-world spaces for 3D visualiaation,” said NCTech CTO Neil Tocher.
“With this new camera we are offering 3D capture capability with high visual quality, and suitable for providing a good understanding of scale and dimension.”
The company has also launched the latest version of its 360-degree camera, the iris360 Pro, its highest resolution one-shot system to date, using precision optics to capture 10 bit true HDR panoramic images at a resolution of 90MP.
With a new alloy interlocked cage internal structure, iris360 Pro features a rigid core with a unique anti-slip outer skin.