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Spike device will allow the smartphone to photograph 3D-objects
By today’s smartphones can already connect a huge number of different devices that can perform many different functions. New invention NZ specialists allows you to turn your smartphone into a laser rangefinder and a simple three-dimensional scanner .
A device called Spike equipped lasers, GPS, as well as additional sensors that help to know the dimensions of all that is photographed in the picture. Scanner can interact with devices based on both iOS, and Android, and is connected to it via Bluetooth.
For full device Spike need to have a mobile phone or tablet was integrated GPS-module. The device has a laser range finder, compass and own battery. Stadia invention is from 1.8 to 182 meters, and the accuracy varies between 20 centimeters.
To obtain a three-dimensional image on the corners of the building must set breakpoints, and then the application will create his three-dimensional model, which can then be exported to the editor SketchUp or Google Earth. Data is recorded in EXIF-header and can be read by any program that supports this standard.
Soon to begin mass production of Spike, which would cost $ 560.
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