is an easy-to-use system to acquire surfaces with three-dimensional images.
For data acquisition a standard digital camera is used which is calibrated by software from 3GSM. With it, the area of interest is (freely) captured from at least two angles.
Dedicated software enables digital rock mass characterisation including geometric measurements and geologic mapping capabilities.
3D image of 15 m wall taken in an open pit together with measured discontinuity orientations as well as identified joints sets in a hemispherical plot.
3D image of 120 m rock wall with extensive interpretation of the inaccessible hazardous area as well as plot for determining the spacing of one discontinuity set.
3D image of a drift tunnel in a deep underground mine together with a sectional view.
Several tunnel faces in a common representation within the software.