SPHERON-VR News item - Mason opt for Spheron 3d Camera technology at Olympics

One year on from the 2012 Olympic Games and SpheronVR is today finally pleased to reveal how its customer, Mason Land Surveys Ltd opted for Spheron technology for the task of digitally recording all buildings and structures in the new Olympic Park in East London.

This was to be a site plan and an onsite Visual Asset record of everything that had been recently constructed. Used for site hand-over condition survey documentation as well as other forms of restricted site access records for a number of Olympic authorities’– Additionally 3d measurements were also to be extracted from the data, as well as an ability to organise and add other relevant detail photos and documentation to such project data.

The Spheron Camera was a most reliable unit capturing the highest quality data every time from each scan point – operating perfectly no matter what lighting environment it encountered – also the efficient post process to construct such data sets into a presentation form (which included an interactive Virtual 3D Site Tour) the speed of the production allowed us to deliver the data on-time and with excellent results.  All in all we captured over 12,500 Spheron scan locations – At times the digital project data sizes were enormous and exceeded many Terabytes, therefore seeing the system remain stable throughout and still retain controllable / real-time playback was of great proof of the whole systems dependability.’ said Mr Kevan  Mason - Mason Land Surveys.

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