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Recon-3D Online Certificate Course
OCTOBER 5, 2022 | 1PM EASTERN

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?

100% ONLINE 
 

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

  • Reference checks

  • 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

  • Validation Studies

  • Final Assignment

A certificate will be provided to those who attend the course and complete the exercises and final assignment.

 

Meeting links will be sent via email the day prior to start of class.

Class will be recorded and recordings made available for a period of 2 weeks after class.

See you there!

Eugene Liscio

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.

professional documentation

Designed and optimized for crime and crash scene reconstruction

scanning time

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