After three days of Expo in Vegas we moved on to San Francisco to meet with some great people in AR/VR, gaming, user friendly drone data management and also got a sneak peak at the de Young museums new app that really take advantage of 3D and indoor navigation in a beautiful way!
You might think getting a laptop for traveling would be a good idea, but we like to travel with Maggie – the computer 🙂
Last week we spent three days exhibiting at the UAV Expo in Las Vegas. It was great to take part of the up and coming drone business in the US. In Sweden we’ve been able to fly for years, even in urban areas and there seem to be great opportunities in the States as well now, as pilots can get their certifications and fly commercially.
The use of drones for agriculture, stock piles and landscape is up and running and we hope we raised some interest in the use for architecture, real estate and city planning purposes as well.
Our Oculus demo, where you could move around a building in a city square and look around the surroundings, was popular among the visitors.
Favourite Drone? Must be Gimball from Flyability, collision friendly!!
As a part of a project with the real estate concern Akelius we created a beautiful interactive 3D model of the landmark Kronprinsen in Malmö, Sweden.
In addition to the model we applied some image processing magic to count the tile distribution over the full facade. This will be used by Akelius to be able to restore or replace some of the worn tiles with the correct colors.
Continue reading Counting tiles
We are currently experimenting with combining drones, 3D-printing and Oculus Rift. Stay tuned for some exciting new experiences.
Meet up in Vegas at the exhibition (booth 607) or come to see us at our presentation on Monday at 4:20pm.