DotProduct provides real-time, handheld 3D capture solutions, for mobile professionals. Our newsletter aims to keep you up to date on how we're upending existing 3D technology markets and creating new opportunities for our customers.
-The DotProduct Team-
Our first round of Dot3D for iOS beta testing begins this week! If you haven't already, please click here to sign up for beta updates and request access once available. In the meantime, here's a preview of the beta in action, scanning a whole house exterior in just 3 minutes!
We're looking forward to the return of IAFSM & ACSR this February in Colorado! Please see below for some highlights of our action-packed schedule for the week and click here for more info on the conference.
Monday February 14:
Simulated Mass Casualty Exercise (8am-4pm)
Tuesday February 15:
General Session - Find us at the booth! (7am-5pm)
Welcome Reception (5:15pm-7pm)
Wednesday February 16:
Workshop: Pocket-Sized 3D Scanning: Hands on with Dot3D on Windows, Android, and…iOS! (8am-10am & 1pm-3pm)
Thursday February 17:
Presentation: Handheld 3D Scanning Data Supports Conviction in Criminally Negligent Homicide Case (10:30am-11am)
Presentation: DotProduct Technology Update (4pm-4:15pm)
Friday February 18:
Presentations from Mass Casualty Exercise (9:30am-11:30am)
Did you know that you don't actually need targets (although they are preferred) to use the advanced targeting workflows available for improved accuracy in Dot3D Pro? Click here to view the full tutorial.
We're glad to be welcoming back several great events with the launch of GEO WEEK 2022 this Sunday in Denver, CO. Our CEO Brian Ahern will be in attendance and available for meetings throughout the conference. Please contact us to schedule a time to meet during the show.
You'll also find our resellers at Laser Scanning Europe in booth 627 on the expo floor. Please click here for more info on their participation.
Take a practice scan (or multiple) on the job site. A quick dry run through a scene can be very helpful with preparing for the real thing. Take this opportunity to analyze where you might want to place some targets, where you'll be starting and finishing your scan, which areas will be more challenging, and how many scans will be required in total. You can even take practice scans while your kit is warming up (for DPI Kits with recommended warmup requirements).