Recon Limited has the ability to create convenient, detailed 3D models from a range of data capture platforms. Whether small scale, detailed objects, or whole landscapes, Recon can capture and generate 3D models in a number of formats. The term '3D Model' represents anything from colourised pointclouds through to solid meshes.
Below you can see some example models we've created for various clients and projects.
From 3D scan data Recon was able to model an accurate representation of the hull mould, enabling future replica hulls to be constructed to the highest precision. From the model cross-sections can be extracted on any axis at chosen intervals.
Using a combination of scanning tools Recon can scan the entire room and model down to the most complex of detail within it, in this case the internal components of the switch cabinet.
Ahead of major redevelopment work Recon was engaged to provide topographic survey and 3D Revit modelling of a multi-level mall, supermarket and office space. The scanning was completed over a week and the modelling a few weeks after that. Recon's surveyors provide vital QA assistance during the scanning and post-processing, critical in providing a model of this scale and complexity.
Casino 3D model, 3D scanned and modelled for architectural design purposes. The casino dimensions were obtained via high definition 3D scanning, modelled and supplied to the architects as a 3D DWG.
Recon utilises sophisticated techniques to model complex spaces and plant. This example of a substation was part of a substantial modification project and required survey-accurate modelling of all spaces, plant and cabling across two levels. The project was completed in less than four weeks and gave the engineering team and stakeholders the confidence to make informed and cost-saving decisions.
Located in Auckland City, the Pah Homestead is a heritage listed building that has been recently renovated. This Reality 3D Model was derived photogrammetrically and provides a visual record that can be easily shared and explored for decades to come.