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Laser scanning churches

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🎥 Explore the Mother Parish of Nuestra Señora de la Concepción in Stunning 3D! 🌟

We're thrilled to showcase this incredible project, crafted using 3D laser scanning technology by Ramón Xifré and the team at ScanLAND Project https://scanlandproject.wixsite.com/intro. With the technical collaboration of the Volcanological Institute of the Canary Islands (INVOLCAN), this work brings the historic church in San Cristóbal de La Laguna, Tenerife, to your screens!


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The ScanLAND Project, INVOLCAN, and Gobierno de Canarias created a detailed digital model using high-definition scanners from FARO. Rendered in NUBIGON, this capture not only enhances geo-tourism by highlighting the Canary Islands' natural and cultural treasures but also aids in reducing risks, such as erosion control and structural stability. Dive into this fascinating fusion of heritage and innovation with us! 🌍✨
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We’re excited to showcase another stunning project by Scan-3D https://scan-3d.pl/en/home-page/, featuring the digitization of a historic church in Poland.

Scan-3D employed state-of-the-art 3D scanning and photogrammetry techniques to capture intricate details of this historic structure. This process is pivotal in creating precise virtual replicas and building digital twins, safeguarding our heritage against time, natural disasters, and human impact.


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In this video, Scan-3D presents the meticulously captured architectural details of the church through a point cloud animation prepared with NUBIGON. The quality of the data and the visual clarity are remarkable.

Investing in digitizing heritage sites preserves the past and enriches the future. The ability to create detailed digital twins ensures that future generations can experience and learn from our rich cultural history.

We're delighted to help laser scanning and photogrammetry professionals to spread the word!
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Here's another splendid scan of a historic church, this time from Tomislav Vidmar and his team www.uoig-vidmar.hr

Check out their point cloud animation featuring the Church of St. Peter the Apostle in Croatia.


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Interested in showcasing your own laser scanning projects?

NUBIGON videos like these perfectly suit various promotional activities, including websites, blogs, newsletters, presentations, expo booths, in-person meetings, and even mobile phone messages. They are ideal for effectively communicating your projects, services, and products to any audience at any level of technical expertise.

Give it a try!
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