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Recon-3D is a new iPhone Lidar scanning app that is dedicated to capturing accurate 3D data for forensics. There are many apps available that give you good looking meshes, but few have a focus on accuracy.  To date, Recon-3D is the most tested and validated App around.

How does THE EVENT work?

100% ONLINE 


May 5th at 2 PM EST is the official launch of Recon-3D and will explain many details about how you can get started with 3D scanning, how the app works, accuracy studies, and how you can improve your data capture through the use of best practices and the addition of some low cost hardware and accessories.

This webinar will discuss how you can get started with 3D scanning with your iPhone 12/13 Pro and iPad Lidar enabled devices. Learn about how to collect the most accurate and complete points clouds and what hardware and accessories you can use to your benefit.

  • iPhone Lidar Hardware and limitations

  • Data Fusion and the EveryPoint Engine

  • What size objects are best for Recon-3D

  • Scanning methods and Best Practices

  • Using hardware accessories to improve data capture

  • How accurate is Recon-3D? Accuracy Studies

  • Processing time and options

  • Recon-3D Demonstrations

  • Point Cloud Examples

  • Beta user reviews

iPhone Lidar

I will explain how the Lidar Sensor works and how data is fused with video to produce accurate 3D data.


What are the minimum specifications and accessories require to have a flexible scanning system.

Learn about the Recon-3D workflow and how data is processed on the cloud and on the device.

You will learn how to apply Recon-3D to crash and crime scene documentation and how you can integrate this data into your existing workflow.

Recon-3D App


3D Forensic Analyst


May 5

Eugene Liscio, P.Eng

Eugene Liscio is the founder of ai2-3D and Recon 3D. He is a graduate of the Aerospace Engineering Program at Ryerson Polytechnic University.  Eugene is a Professional Engineer in the province of Ontario and is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto, Mississauga where he teaches a 3D Forensic Mapping and Reconstruction course and supports student research projects. He has been using Photogrammetry in his work since 2006 and has taught hundreds of professionals from various backgrounds using his method.

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