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Phase Based Laser Scanning

Sarasota High School, FlPhase BasedHDS 6000
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  • Thanks for the comment Justin, the paper targets are used for us to link the "Scan Worlds" together. Because when you laser scan you don't set on a know control point as you would with traditional surveys. This way we can use those paper targets and link them together by doing a resection. Then after we do the scan's if we need to tie the scan's to real world cords. we can shoot the targets  reflector-less with a total station. If you or anyone has any questions please feel free to shoot me a comment or even a email. Thanks again and hope everyone has a great New Year!

  • GeoEducator

    now this looks interesting.  Could you tell us what those targets are used for and how this procedure works?   terrific photo..

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