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3D Laser scanning of the Ezelpoort in Bruges 3D model of the customs office in Sydney 3D Laser scanning off the PALL tunnel 3D Laser scanning of a villa 3D laserscanning of an historical building


Registration of geometric information of monuments, statues, archaeological remains, etc. makes a major contribution to the preservation of heritage. 3D laser scanning is a very suitable technique for documenting heritage due to the large range, high accuracy and high level of detail at which data can be obtained in a short period of time.

The scan data can be also used for stability studies, visualizations, animations, production of plans, sections and 3D models. They are a rich source of information for archaeological research. 

3D model Ezelpoort Brugge