Visualize Geophysics data in Mixed Reality
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Disclaimer: The drone you see in this video was used for illustration purposes and filming our session only. Not to be mistaken by the heavy-duty scientific drone, that took the actual survey.
The 3D resistivity model extends 1000m x 500m x 300m with bluish colors indicating low resistivity and reddish colors high resistivity. The model indicates a layered subsurface with a low resistivity zone in roughly 200m. The low resistivity is likely caused by salt from a nearby Permian salt diapir dissolved in a deep aquifer.
The real-time 3D Visualization and Collaboration capability of BaselineZ, allows us to interactively participate in the discussions and get a better understanding of geological features from different perspectives. All participants can simultaneously interact with the 3D model.
Drone borne geophysics facilitates obtaining extensive survey data and building 3D subsurface models – and thus calls for state of the art immersive 3D visualization and collaboration.
Drones have made their way into the daily workflows in geophysical exploration. As users scale their drone operations, the amount of geophysical data collected will only continue to grow. In order to digest massive amounts of aerial information collected on job sites, 3D representation and an immersive remote collaboration platform is needed to visualize the geophysical data and present it to clients all over the world. Combining data from various measurement methods performed in the field into a single 3D model with real world coordinates is necessary to extract relevant information on the subsurface structure of studied sites. Virtual reality must be interactive to be effective and maintain a feeling of immersion.
CEO MGT, Johannes Stoll