ACUTE3D: New release 3.1.1 for Smart3DCapture Free and Basic
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ACUTE3D: New release 3.1.1 for Smart3DCapture Free and Basic

Sep 22, 2014 -- Acute has launched a new release of its two Smart3DCapture Free and Smart3DCapture Basic editions.

This new release includes the support of AMD and Intel integrated graphics.

With Smart3DCapture, everyone can easily turn simple photographs into 3D models that can be published on the internet or printed in 3D.

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About Acute3D Company

Acute3D develops and sells Smart3DCapture a software solution allowing to produce high resolution 3D models from simple photographs, without any human intervention.

The principle of Smart3DCapture is to analyze several photographs of a static subject, taken from different viewpoints, and to automatically detect pixels corresponding to a same physical point. From many such correspondences, relative orientations of photos and accurate 3D shape of the scene can be inferred.

Smart3DCapture solves this problem with cutting edge photogrammetry, computer vision and computational geometry algorithms fulfilling industrial-quality requirements in terms of precision, scalability, efficiency, usage, robustness and interoperability.

About Smart3DCapture

For now, Smart3DCapture is available in three commercial editions:

Smart3DCapture Advanced allows the production of high resolution 3D models as well as the generation of digital surface models (DSM) and true orthophotos from imagery datasets as big as 10 gigapixels. It is most suited for, but not limited to, UAS/UAV/drone operators.

Smart3DCapture Expert pushes the limits of the Advanced edition with an extension to 30 gigapixels per input imagery dataset, and a batch processing ability through a job queue. It is the perfect solution for demanding scanning and surveying projects.

Smart3Capture Ultimate is dedicated to larger-scale 3D surveying and mapping. It can handle an unlimited number of photographs without any limitation in size, and allows computations to be parallelized on a cluster of 3D reconstruction engines.

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