With the increasing number of low-cost 3D scanners, 3D capture on smart phones and a wide range of industrial scanners, the opportunities to create value-rich 3D applications are multiple.
Nowadays, many generic software solutions exist for the manufacturing industry: CAD drawing, reverse engineering, quality control of parts, etc. However, there are many gaps left untouched. Many small niches and potential applications for which there is no turn-key solution.
This guide’s focus is primarily on how to develop a 3D application to solve a specific problem.Continue reading