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Written by Christopher Dollard on April 19th, 2019

On Monday, media across the globe focused on the Notre-Dame cathedral fire in Paris. An iconic piece of Gothic architecture and a source of national pride and identity for France, the losses sustained by the fire are incomprehensible.  

Written by Anonymous on February 26th, 2019

The Newport Yacht Collaborative Uses Scan’s Data for Improved Interior Fittings

Written by Matthew Webb on February 11th, 2019

Amey Roads NI As part of Northern Ireland’s ‘Building a Better Future’ strategy to make it a better place to ‘live, work, learn and grow’, Amey Roads NI (ARNI) was tasked with building, operating and delivering improvements to a strategic road network across Northern Ireland (DBFO Package 2). But managing such a complex infrastructure had its challenges - from costly road closures to interpreting hand drawings from the 1960s. ARNI had its work cut out, so they turned to the latest reality capture technology, the Leica BLK360, to create accurate 3D point clouds and images of their projects.

Written by Matthew Webb on January 17th, 2019

On November 8th I presented at Architecture Exchange East, the conference of the Virginia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in Richmond, VA about how laser scanning has benefitted me. The conference brought together a diverse group of speakers who touched on everything from designing in under-resourced environments, to copyright in architecture, to achieving resiliency through design...

Written by Matthew Webb on January 3rd, 2019

Leica Geosystems has picked up another top accolade, this time at the recent annual 2018 Plant & Civil Engineer magazine Awards.

It was presented with the prestigious ‘Innovation of the Year’ award, sponsored by Cole Groundwork Contracts, during a glittering ceremony, compered by television and radio sports presenter Adrian Logan, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in South Belfast.

Written by Matthew Webb on January 3rd, 2019


The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has released a movie online that tours a digital recreation of the architect's Taliesin West in Arizona, allowing architecture enthusiasts to explore the desert complex remotely.

The organisation teamed up with surveying company Leica Geosystems to create the short virtual film of Taliesin West – the desert retreat that Wright built for himself and his students.

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Written by Matthew Webb on January 3rd, 2019

Embracing the original experimental spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West, 3D digital scanning is being used to amplify the legacy and understanding of the American architect's 'winter camp', writes Fred Prozzillo, Vice President of Preservation for the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. 
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Written by Matthew Webb on July 19th, 2018

Stephen Gross, an Architectural Engineer at Valley Home Improvement in Northampton, Massachusetts, has had his BLK360 since August of 2017. He recently shared with us how using the BLK360 has improved his workflow. Read More

Written by Matthew Webb on July 19th, 2018

Kyle Barker has more than ten years experience as an architect and designer. His expertise includes architecture, interior design & graphic design. He has worked on multi-family housing, commercial & institutional work, and publications.

Written by Matthew Webb on July 19th, 2018

Taliesin West was captured using the world’s smallest and lightest imaging laser scanner, the BLK360 from Leica Geosystems. The digital reality it produces provides a completely new way to experience Taliesin West.