Autodesk ReCap is a pair of 3D scanning application allowing users to create 3D models from captured and laser scan photos. Users can transform scan photos into Autodesk photos which means it can be edited and viewed using other products.
The software features two types of capturing photos. A photograph captures a real object and is represented in 2D. While with laser scanning, the object is represented in 3D. Now, users can capture any object and attach it as a point cloud which serves as a reference for designing.
Autodesk ReCap includes applications which allow visualization, measuring, and preparation for it to be processed on Autodesk® AutoCAD®, Revit®, and Autodesk Inventor®.
Using the Autodesk ReCap involves four steps to scan files and attached it to the CAD program. First, scanning is done through first capturing objects using 3D laser scans. Next, importing is done as the software converts the scanned files into Reality Capture Scan format (RCS) ready for the CAD program or other programs. Then, the scan files go through Analysis, Organization, and Cleanup. Finally, to provide realistic touches and context of 3D models, the scan files and projects will be attached and can be opened on the desired Autodesk program.
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