Following the well-received launch of SphereVision Project Builder, Arithmetica has appointed point3D as a North American representative.
SphereVision Project Builder features a more refined and streamlined workflow, enabling users to easily bridge the gap between 360 degree content and site or location specific information. An improved interface intuitively guides users through the creation of 360 degree routes and hotspots, while a new Measurement Module enables iSTAR panoramic camera users to capture measurements directly from within a spherical image.
Specialists in 360 imaging solutions, point3D will provide pre-sales support and training for SphereVision Project Builder across the region from offices in New Jersey, Maryland and Texas.
“SphereVision Project Builder will revolutionize the 3D Capture workflow for the industries in which we operate, allowing for the creation, manipulation and distribution of media rich 360 degree content,” commented Greg Lawes, Principal Owner of point3D. “It is easy to use with intuitive interfaces and support for a wide range of cameras, sensors and media formats, enabling potential users to be up and running with minimal support.”
“This is a really important relationship for Arithmetica and SphereVision,” added Mark Senior, Business Development Manager at Arithmetica. “point3D are skilled laser scanning professionals with real world project experience in a variety of sectors. The point3D team has a combined twenty five plus years’ experience of 3D capture and 360 imaging technologies, making them the perfect candidates to recognize and identify opportunities, work with potential users through implementation and provide ongoing support and training.”
SphereVision Project Builder imports 360 degree content from a wide range of camera and sensor systems. The intuitive interface guides the user through the creation of 360 degree routes with hotspots to provide greater awareness of a project area or journey. Users can integrate aerial imagery, maps and floor plans, for example, giving a geographical or locational base for the project. Additional rich media can be added, including high resolution photographs, video and audio clips, survey data and documents, to further enhance the interactive experience. SphereVision Project Builder users can distribute finished projects, alongside the free Viewer for Windows, for colleagues and clients to see. At INTERGEO, SphereVision will also be demonstrating the soon to be released HTML5 version of the Viewer.
A 30 day free trial version of SphereVision Project Builder is available for a limited time from http://www.spherevision.com/software/spherevision-project/, where you will also find links to a range of sample projects and YouTube tutorials.
Mark Senior, email@example.com, +44 (0) 208 783 1972, www.arithmetica.com