Moscow, Russia, November 14, 2012 – GeoCV company has just released a set of video lessons for their main product – a software system for fast and realistic 3D modeling of buildings from photos, called 3D Urban Modeller. The videos, available online at http://geocv.com/tutorials, cover the workflow of each system module, show typical use cases and provide detailed description for most of the tools.
“The videos are about 2 hours in total length, so it takes about 4 hours to watch them and to repeat all the actions by yourself,” says Alexander Velizhev, CEO at GeoCV. “We are sure, this is worth the effort. Just in a few hours users can start creating their own nice-looking building models faster than they did before. We also provide sample projects to make self-training even easier and more productive.”
3D Urban Modeller is the main company product, presented at INTERGEO in October 2012. It allows creating lifelike 3D models of buildings with clean textures and 3D facade elements three times faster than with industry leading 3D modeling and photo editing software.
GeoCV was founded in 2011 by graduates of Lomonosov Moscow State University, Graphics & Media Lab – the leading academic and research center in the field of computer vision in Russia. Bringing state-of-the-art image processing and pattern recognition algorithms in action, the company aims to provide automated software solutions for GIS industry. The team has solid 8-year experience of scientific research and industrial software development in the background. Visit http://geocv.com for more information.