Generalized Scene Reconstruction

Why can’t you point your smartphone at
everyday objects in everyday scenes to three-dimensionally process them?

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A Revealing Comparison

The Toy Boat shown in these videos is featureless and highly reflective. State-of-the-art multi-view photogrammetry shown on the left captures the boat but exhibits visible distortion. The reconstruction shown on the right replicates the boat much more accurately. The advantage shown in this comparison extends to generalized scenes.

Quidient Multi-View Photogrammetry Reconstruction of toy boat

Competing Reconstruction
(Multi-View Photogrammetry)

Quidient Scene Reconstruction of toy boat

Quidient Scene
Reconstruction

A Revealing Comparison

The Toy Boat shown in these videos is featureless and highly reflective. State-of-the-art multi-view photogrammetry shown on the left captures the boat but exhibits visible distortion. The reconstruction shown on the right replicates the boat much more accurately. The advantage shown in this comparison extends to generalized scenes.

Quidient Multi-View Photogrammetry Reconstruction of toy boat

Competing Reconstruction
(Multi-View Photogrammetry)

Quidient Scene Reconstruction of toy boat

Quidient Scene
Reconstruction

The Problem

Applications based on scene reconstruction have been “just around the corner” for years. So, what’s the holdup? Real 3D scenes like those pictured below often include reflective, transmissive, featureless and finely structured objects. Devices like smartphones simply cannot reconstruct generalized scenes like these.

The Problem

Applications based on scene reconstruction have been “just around the corner” for years. So, what’s the holdup? Real 3D scenes like those pictured below often include reflective, transmissive, featureless and finely structured objects. Devices like smartphones simply cannot reconstruct generalized scenes like these.

3D scenes of a bowl kitchen and car

The Solution

Quidient is conducting demonstrations that prove generalized scene reconstruction to be imminently viable. Five convergent technologies are employed in Quidient’s solution: Light Field Physics, Polarimetric Imaging, Plenoptic (5D) Databases, Hardware Acceleration and Subscene Streaming. The approach is pioneering and disruptive.

kitchen and smartphone taking picture

The Solution

Quidient is conducting demonstrations that prove generalized scene reconstruction to be imminently viable. Five convergent technologies are employed in Quidient’s solution: Light Field Physics, Polarimetric Imaging, Plenoptic (5D) Databases, Hardware Acceleration and Subscene Streaming. The approach is pioneering and disruptive.

kitchen and smartphone taking picture

Transformational Applications

Quidient Scene Reconstruction will enable thousands of new applications that will change the way people live and work. Application categories include Digital Content Creation, Automated Visual Inspection (AVI), Touchless Claims Adjustment, Plenoptic Shopping (shopping by shape and texture), Remote Health Care and Serious Augmented Reality (AR).

Transformational Applications

Quidient Scene Reconstruction will enable thousands of new applications that will change the way people live and work. Application categories include Digital Content Creation, Automated Visual Inspection (AVI), Touchless Claims Adjustment, Plenoptic Shopping (shopping by shape and texture), Remote Health Care and Serious Augmented Reality (AR).

Development Partners

Quidient’s Development Partners represent some of the top brands in the world. We work “behind the scenes” for them. What transformational applications can we enable for you and your customers?

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Development Partners

Quidient’s Development Partners represent some of the top brands in the world. We work “behind the scenes” for them. What transformational applications can we enable for you and your customers?

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