3D representations produced with 3D scanners or photogrammetry are extremely high-resolution and hard to visualize at interactive rate. This service produces a web page that supports interactive visualization of your data, after converting it into an efficient multiresolution encoding.
Relightable images (called Reflection Transformation Images, RTI, or Polynomial Texture Maps, PTM) are becoming an increasingly used media. This service closes a current gap, giving support for easy publication on the web and interactive visualization of RTI images.
High-resolution images are a commodity resource in archaeology. Unfortunately, they are most often disseminated and published on the web by using low-resolution versions (a single 40Mpixel images is 120MB in uncompressed format and around 10MB when lossy compressed).
Added "info" button to display additional data of the models and color on/off
New version of 3DHOP and Nexus (improved performances expecially for textured models)
Https supported (allows iframes for secure websites)
Decent mobile media visualization
Bugfixes (mostly in uploading).
Tiff (especially lidar) image processing was plagued by tifflib support, and has been fixed.
In case some other problem resurfaces, please write me, thank you.
We added new functionalities, check the help pages for details.