Clirio work in Spain published in MDPI
Clirio’s own Gerald Magnusson co-authoured with BGC Engineering and others, their paper entitled ‘Using Mixed Reality for the Visualization and Dissemination of Complex 3D Models in Geosciences—Application to the Montserrat Massif (Spain)’. It is published and available on MDPI.
The paper is lead by Marc Jeneras and co-authored with Joan Roca, Josep A. Gili, Oriol Pedraza, M. Amparo Núñez-Andrés and Kathryn Franklin.
In the last two decades, both the amount and quality of geoinformation in the geosciences field have improved substantially due to the increasingly more widespread use of techniques such as Laser Scanning (LiDAR), digital photogrammetry, unmanned aerial vehicles, geophysical reconnaissance (seismic, electrical, geomagnetic), and ground-penetrating radar (GPR), among others. The objective of this paper is to demonstrate the possibilities of extended reality (XR) for communication and sharing of 3D geoinformation in the field of geosciences.From: ‘Using Mixed Reality for the Visualization and Dissemination of Complex 3D Models in Geosciences—Application to the Montserrat Massif (Spain)’
You can download the full paper here. Or view the abstract here.