Geospatial

GEOSPATIAL

From Point Cloud Data to 3D Prints

With large scale mapping occurring all over the globe, geospatial models are an ideal way to visualise and show off data. Digital renders and physical models can be utilised  in a variety of ways, such as for geographic analysis, urban planning, exhibition, or educational purposes.

Using information from point cloud data, photographs, and any other available sources, we can create a 3D mesh model. Using our range of software packages, we can then sculpt highly detailed versions of the models, adding textures (colour), shadow maps, or any other required details, depending on the desired output specifications.

Finished models can then be rendered as high quality images, videos, or used as elements in interactive applications.

Models can be 3D printed in-house by ourselves, resulting in beautiful,  full colour models with a lovely sandstone finish.

 

The gallery below shows how this process was used to create a model of the sunken SS Chirripo ship for the Marine Institute in Galway, using data provided by Infomar.

Cloud Data Render Hull

Cloud Data Render Main Deck

Cloud Data Render Bow & Stern

Cloud Data Render Back View

Cloud Data Render Front View

High Poly Sculpted Model Renders Main Deck

High Poly Sculpted Model Renders Hull

High Poly Sculpted Model Renders Detail

High Poly Sculpted Model Renders Back & Front

S.S. Chirripo Geospatial, Full Colour, 3D Print, Top

S.S. Chirripo Geospatial, Full Colour, 3D Print, Front

Lusitania Geospatial Full Colour 3D Print

Lusitania Geospatial Full Colour 3D Print