With automated processing and visualisation tools, aim is to make reality data accessible to all.
Users upload reality capture data to the cloud for automated processing, storing and visualisation to create what Hexagon describes as ‘photorealistic digital twins’, and to share data quickly and securely.
Reality Cloud Studio can be accessed from any computer or mobile device with a web browser. Users on site can upload data directly from compatible reality sensors to create ‘registered and meshed digital twins’ for use on-site.
“We are at a point in reality capture where a unified, scalable and simplified digital reality experience is necessary to make digital twins and their value accessible to everyone,” said Thomas Harring, president, Hexagon’s Geosystems division. “Reality Cloud Studio provides a space where anyone can access and build digital twins and share their vital information, using valuable communication tools that bring people and data together in a centralised space for digital reality.”
Reality Cloud Studio features automated registration and meshing of point clouds. Users can collaborate in real-time with measurements, annotations, attachments, comments and ‘virtual tours’.
For more advanced workflows, data can be streamed directly from the cloud application into the Cyclone 3DR desktop software for detailed analysis and reporting – with more Leica Geosystems reality capture software connections coming soon.