3D Models and Point Clouds

At Mangsen Mapping we use photogrammetry to create 3D models for visualization and virtual reality experiences. This is one of the more visually stunning projects we can create using modern mapping technology, and new practical applications for these models are springing up every day. We can make 3D models of structures and landscapes using aerial imagery, or we can use pictures collected by any digital device to make models of a variety of objects including real estate, venues, sculptures, valuables, artifacts, or your favorite tree in your backyard. If you can take pictures of it, we can make a 3D model of it. 

You can collect the data yourself using your own equipment (see How It Works for more information) or have one of us come out and collect the images for you (see Data Collection for more information).

Aerial

Aerial imagery is used to create 3D models of structures and landscapes for infrastructure management, cultural preservation, golf course marketing and management, event planning, cutting-edge real estate marketing, 3D printing, and more.

For 3D models of large structures or parcels of land, we primarily use aerial imagery collected by drones. You can collect the images yourself using your own equipment (see How It Works for an explanation of what we need) or have one of us come out and collect the images for you (see Data Collection for more information).  

Interior

Using digital images gathered from a variety of sources, we create 3D models of building interiors for real estate marketing, event planning and security, and more.

You can collect the images yourself using your own equipment (see How It Works for an explanation of what we need) or have one of us come out and collect the images for you (see Data Collection for more information).

Object

The list of objects that we can turn into 3D models using photogrammetry is truly endless. We can create models all kinds of objects such as art or artifacts for cultural preservation, 3D printing of replicas, artifact cataloguing, insurance cataloguing, and more.

You can collect the images yourself using your own equipment (see How It Works for an explanation of what we need) or have one of us come out and collect the images for you (see Data Collection for more information). 

Quick Samples. Click the pictures to view in 3D and VR.

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Bunori Fortress, Ganghwa-do, Korea. Imagery collected by Mangsen Mapping.

Brick building in Brooklyn, New York. Imagery collected by partners of Mangsen Mapping.

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Barker Dam, Boulder County, Colorado. Imagery collected by Drone Video Partners.

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Green Holiday Cafe, Ganghwa-do, Korea. Imagery collected by Mangsen Mapping.

Hotel banquet hall in Saudi Arabia. Imagery collected by a parnter of Mangsen Mapping.

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Stone trail marker in Seoul, Korea. Imagery collected by Mangsen Mapping.

Traditional Korean wedding ceremony picture. Imagery collected by Mangsen Mapping.

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Flowers around a tree in Seoul, Korea. Imagery collected by Mangsen Mapping.

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C3PO. Imagery collected by Mangsen Mapping.

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Bridge in Greece. Imagery collected by a partner of Mangsen Mapping.

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