This project is a great example of how we used lasers to capture and 3D model a complicated MEP space within an aging historic building for renovation into new modern living spaces.
Using an extremely accurate structured light scanner, we were able to capture precise details of this trilobite fossil. Download the sample model now!
Digitizing and reverse engineering aging Navy aircraft cargo door seals extends the life of the aircraft.
Laser Scanning this complex prototype is a perfect solution for manufacturing.
July 16-20, New Orleans, LA. Direct Dimensions will be at the 28th annual CMSC conference and we highly recommend that anyone in the industrial metrology field attend. Direct Dimensions will be demonstrating the handheld F5 3D Imager and our CEO Michael Raphael is serving his third year on CMSC’s Executive Committee in charge of the 25 Technical Presentations this year.
July 10-12, San Francisco, CA. The National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, a division of the National Park Service, will host the first annual 3D Digital Documentation Summit. Direct Dimensions has been invited to present with the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) on the Matisse “Backs” 3D scanning project we performed recently.
Direct Dimensions President and Founder Michael Raphael was honored as a nominee at the 2nd annual TEDCO ICE Awards. He was nominated in the Entrepreneurship category which acknowledges nominees based on their distinct leadership skills, start-up success, personal recognition, vision creation and ability to build a management team.