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New approach to efficient and photorealistic 3D modeling of buildings to be presented at INTERGEO E-mail
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Written by GeoCV   
15 November 2012


Moscow, Russia, October 4, 2012 - GeoCV company is going to present its new software product for rapid creation of lifelike 3D building models from photos at INTERGEO 2012 in Hanover, Germany, October 9-11. Visit booth J26 in Hall 9 to see how a 3D building with clean textures and 3D facade elements can be created from street-view or aerial oblique imagery in less than 1 hour.

"Our product perfectly fills the gap in the market," says Alexander Velizhev, CEO at GeoCV. "Today's highly automated solutions are prone to low quality 3D models, while thorough manual modeling needs huge investments in terms of time and money, especially when it comes to such large-scale projects as 3D modeling of a whole city. With 3D Urban Modeller our users can create truly realistic models of buildings three times faster than with industry leading 3D modeling and photo editing software". "We believe this gives way to 3D city models of a whole new quality level," adds Anton Yakubenko, company CFO. "Our customers can create models that are worth walking through from a pedestrian level of view, not just flown over". Alexander and Anton will be there at INTERGEO to demonstrate the technology in details.

About GeoCV

GeoCV was founded in 2011 by graduates of Lomonosov Moscow State University, Graphics & Media Lab – the leading academic and research center in the field of computer vision in Russia. Bringing state-of-the-art image processing and pattern recognition algorithms in action, the company aims to provide automated software solutions for GIS industry. The team has solid 8-year experience of scientific research and industrial software development in the background. Visit http://geocv.com for more information.

 
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