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 training work?
The Recon-3D 4-hour online training program will cover some of the best practices of scanning with your iPhone and how to assure the accuracy of your 3D point cloud data.
Training will cover
Understanding the Lidar Sensor
Best Practices of Scanning
Application Based Scanning: Cars, Rooms, Outdoor areas
Using Targets for improved accuracy
On-Device vs. Cloud Processing
Maximizing the use of your scanning accessories
Choosing the best resolution for your scan project
Hands on exercises
Editing scans in CloudCompare
A certificate will be provided to those who attend the course and complete the exercises and final assignment.
Class will be recorded and recordings made available for a period of 2 weeks after class.
SIMPLE TO USE
Intuitive and easy interface to get you scanning in seconds
ACCURATE RESULTS USING TARGETS
Target markers provide a known scale to optimize the overall accuracy of data.
Designed and optimized for crime and crash scene reconstruction
Up to 10 minutes of scanning time to produce large point clouds
HIGH QUALITY RECONSTRUCTION
High quality 3D reconstruction utilizing the power of the LiDAR scanner on your phone
cloud-enabled data processing
Cloud processing allows scan data to be reconstructed to its fullest potential
3D Forensic Analyst
iPhone 12/13 Pro
iPhone 12/13 Pro/Max
11‑inch: 2nd generation or newer
12.9‑inch: 4th generation or newer
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.