ContextCapture - Reality Modeling Software
Reality Mesh
With ContextCapture, you can produce even the largest and most challenging 3D models of existing real-world conditions, including scales as large as entire cities, from simple photographs, in order to easily and quickly provide context for design, construction, and operations decisions for all types of infrastructure projects throughout the world.

Lidar, Photographs or both
Hybrid processing in ContextCapture enables the creation of engineering-ready reality meshes that incorporate the best of both worlds - the versatility and convenience of high-resolution photography, supplemented, where needed, by additional accuracy of point clouds from laser scanning.

Standard or Unlimited Version
Depending on your project and organizational needs, you can choose from ContextCapture or ContextCapture Centre. If you are working on an individual desktop computer and you have projects that require less than 300 gigapixels of imagery and/or 500 million points from a laser scanner, ContextCapture is the perfect fit. If your projects are larger, or you wish to utilize parallel processing and multiple desktops and servers to speed processing, or you want access to the software development kit to develop custom solutions, ContextCapture Centre is perfect for your needs.

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Utilise Any Device
Access and share these rich reality models of existing conditions for use in any CAD or GIS workflow. You can easily and consistently share information, consumable and accessible, on desktop and mobile devices, in many formats.
The only 3D reality modeling software
you will ever need

Want to create reality meshes with less investment of time and resources? ContextCapture helps you develop highly detailed 3D models from simple digital images.
Generate 3D CAD Models

Produce 3D models using a full range of CAD formats, including multiresolution meshes, 3D neutral formats, digital elevation models, digital terrain models, and dense 3D point clouds to ensure your models are accessible in your modeling environment.
Outstanding Design

Develop precise reality meshes, affordably, with less investment of time and resources in specialised acquisition devices and associated training. You can easily produce 3D models using up to 300 gigapixels of photos taken with an ordinary camera, resulting in fine details, sharp edges and geometric accuracy.
Integrate Photographs and Metadata

Utilise a wide variety of cameras, from smartphones to highly-specialised airborne or terrestrial multidirectional acquisition systems. Take advantage of any available image format and metadata to create 3D models.
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Web Enabled Output
With ContextCapture, you can also generate output directly for consumption on a web server. The model can be viewed directly in a web browser without any plugins. Below are some examples, click the image to view the 3D mesh (it may take a while to load over slow connections).
Red Brick Building

This building was captured using two different cameras and combined to produce one mesh. There were 51 ground shots using a digital SLR, and 33 elevated shots using a point-and-shoot camera (looking down). A total of 84 photos for 747 Megapixels.
Remote Site Survey

This site was captured using a drone to produce nidar photos, and enhanced with some supporting ground shots.
Water Main

This plant includes a water main surrounded in a anti-vandal cage and covered by overhanging trees. 53 photos from a digital SLR produced an interesting result - the wiremesh was mostly ignored by the mesh algorithm, but extra lines were added to the model surface.
Tower Base and Leg

A survey of a tower base concentrating on the exposed concrete footing on one of the legs. 56 photos were taken at ground level full circle around the tower. Another 28 photos were taken around the exposed leg for increased resolution, for a total of 846 Megapixels for the survey. All photos taken using a digital SLR in low light.

Electrical Substation

A ground based stationary lidar survey of an electrical substation containing over 593 million points from 27 scans captured with colour and intensity. The image shows a portion of the site where the majority of the scans were taken. Note - a link has not been provided for this 3D mesh.

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