Enhancements will include integration with Brunson reference bars, Z+F LaserControl Scout, and Elysium InfiPoints. The update is expected this May, but can be previewed today at SPAR 3D.
Houston, TX, USA, 13 April, 2016 – Today on the showroom floor at SPAR 3D, DotProduct is announcing the release of Phi.3D 2.1, a significant software upgrade for DotProduct users. A beta version of the product will be demonstrated at the DotProduct booth (#417) this week at SPAR 3D.
Phi.3D 2.1: Direct integration with Brunson scale bars, Z+F scanners, and Elysium InfiPoints
With this latest Phi.3D update, DotProduct is improving integration with several powerful workflows, including reference bar targeting, Z+F registration, and Elysium InfiPoints. Additional improvements will include core enhancements to the tracking stability, optimization, and accuracy at depth, as well as a direct link to the company’s new Dot3D multi-platform point cloud productivity tool, which provides on-tablet cropping, editing and annotation functions.
In collaboration with Brunson Instrument Company, DotProduct is announcing a powerful new reference bar workflow for Phi.3D 2.1. By pairing a new reference bar hardware kit from Brunson with the intelligence of Phi.3D software, users will have access to fully automated reference bar targeting for rapid, highly-accurate results. The kit can be previewed today at the DotProduct booth.
Phi.3D 2.1 also marks the official release of direct Z+F integration within Phi.3D. This workflow allows users to register DotProduct scan data directly to Z+F IMAGER® 5010X tripod scan data, wirelessly in the field with Z+F LaserControl® Scout operating on a Windows tablet.
Lastly, Phi.3D 2.1 users will soon be able to use scan data directly in the upcoming InfiPoints-on-Tablet from Elysium. This workflow will allow users to take advantage of InfiPoints processing, modelling, and feature recognition capabilities, all on the same tablet with direct DP import.
Founded in 2012, DotProduct delivers handheld 3D data capture solutions running on tablets and mobile devices. The company’s real-time 3D-capture and processing solutions augment and in some cases replace laser scanning workflows. Customers include engineering, construction, surveying, manufacturing, law enforcement organizations and more. For more on the technology and its applications, please visit www.dotproduct3d.com.