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ETH Benchmark Results on the Way

May 28th, 2022 No comments

How can you evaluate photogrammetry software and the 3D models that it creates? Switzerland’s ETH Institute of Technology (some rankings place ETH 4th in the world for engineering and technology) has developed a 25-part benchmark to evaluate photogrammetry software like ours. We have reason to believe that our results will be very strong.

The purpose of this post is to dust off our web site and say “get ready.” Our software’s ETH benchmark results should be posted this week. Soon after that we will release a 1.0 version of our OpenSource software MeshroomCL.

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We Are #1 in the ETH 3D Software Benchmark

April 1st, 2022 No comments

The Steuart Systems photorealistic 3D scanner uses hardware & software to produce 3D models, but how good is our software? We used the ETH 3D benchmark to evaluate it. We were hoping to be in the top 10% of the 116 entries from around the world, and the March 31 2022 benchmark result put us at #1. Some other group will claim the top spot eventually, but for now the ranking proves that our approach is world-class.

We Are #1 in the ETH 3D Software Benchmark
Above is a screenshot from the day that we were #1. Here is the current ranking of the ETH 3D benchmark.

Good software is nice, but camera hardware is our main strength. Over the years our tests have shown that high-quality low-noise HDR images from our camera hardware amplifies the power of whatever software we use. Low-noise 3D content looks better, and it is easier to compress, distribute and view on the web.

Stay tuned. Over the next few weeks we will post results as we tune our software and our array of 32 cameras.

Custom Lens Design

March 23rd, 2009 No comments

This weekend we assembled the first of the new lenses (the 3D-360 will use 10 of them). The new lens is bright and sharp.

We also assembled a variant of the LED Light Engine for military evaluation.

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Light Engine Testing

January 18th, 2009 No comments

This low power version of the Light Engine is only about 1/20th the intensity of the full system, but that one will not be ready until late February.

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Light Beam Projection

January 17th, 2009 No comments

The Light Engine produces fairly collimated light.