The Quidient Reality™ Platform enables thousands of applications. Below, a few select examples demonstrate how Quidient already generates results and revenue in collaboration with our Development Partners. As Generalized Scene Reconstruction transforms markets, these examples will multiply. More applications include medical imaging, e-commerce, AR/VR, simulation, feature extraction, dimensioning, reverse engineering, scene searching (by shape, color and other attributes), estimation, navigation, 3D printing, and many more.
Digital Content Creation
Visual effects artists, game developers, and other content creators face significant challenges as they attempt to create 3D models from everyday objects. Quidient currently works with one of its Development Partners to produce digital content at a high enough quality to eliminate post-process touch-up, saving significant time and money. For example, the video at left shows a 5D scene of a glossy toy boat reconstructed by the Quidient Reality™ Engine. It is a render, not a video camera recording.
Automated Visual Inspection
Human inspectors travel in person (often incurring large expenses and long hours) to perform damage assessment, identification, and other visual inspection tasks. Despite expert training, the human eye limits their accuracy. By separating light and geometry, Quidient Reality™ pinpoints defects and foreign object debris (FOD) that the eye would miss, such as this FOD painted the same color as an aircraft fuselage. Our platform’s portability and ease of use make this accuracy available to nonexperts.
FOD Original Image
FOD After 3D ML Processing
The Property & Casualty community has sought an efficient process for touchless (i.e., fully automated) claims adjustment for years. Despite considerable expenditures of time and money, photo-estimating and AI have failed to move the needle. However, Quidient is currently demonstrating handheld hail damage assessment for automobiles. We reconstruct hail dents to 29-micron accuracy – favorably comparable to $100,000 structured light scanners, or human experts. Car owners, repair service centers, and claims professionals can easily submit claims from a smartphone.
Quidient Reality™ Hail Dent Reconstruction with Handheld Camera (Higher Accuracy)
$100,000 Structured Light Scan with Surface Powdering
Whether we call it spatial web, web 3.0, or metaverse, a major shift promises to merge our physical and digital worlds by creating a virtual space where real people and objects can interact spatially. Quidient brings reality to the metaverse by reconstructing real 5D scenes, which can maintain spatial, analytic, and even geographic relationships with one another. Users can search by size, shape, material, and more. The metaverse gains ever-increasing viability as 3D viewers, the Internet of Things, and digital twinning gain traction. However, making 5D generalized scene reconstruction accessible from common devices across the globe could be the leap that exponentially accelerates its growth, transforming daily life.