Last year at Autodesk University, Leica and Autodesk announced the BLK360. To briefly recap, the BLK360 is a slightly new take on traditional laser scanning hardware. It’s not designed to be high-end, but at the price point it’s being provided at it is able to offer companies access to the technology who otherwise couldn’t afford it. Certainly, its small size for portability is one of its core strengths, along with the ease of use through the mobile app.
Since then, there has been a steady and staged release of the hardware across the globe. For myself here in Australia, it was only a few weeks ago that C.R. Kennedy hosted a few events around the country to show off the product.
Fast forward to yesterday, to help explain a few things about reality capturing through laser scanning Autodesk has released a series of short tutorial videos featuring the BLK360. If laser scanning is something you’ve been curious about, then take a moment to watch the videos. You’ll learn some basic best practices about the scanning process, and how easy the BLK360 is to operate in conjunction with the mobile app and desktop software.
And if you want to expand a little more on your Autodesk ReCap desktop skills, then why not also check out some of the tutorials on the learning pages.