The City of Santa Clarita is excited to announce its newest entrepreneur in the Santa Clarita Business Incubator, 3D-SensIR Inc., a startup company bringing 3D mapping to the palm of your hand.
Established in 2016, 3D-SensIR Inc., designs and builds handheld/mobile smart 3D camera systems that capture reality and transform it into photorealistic 3D models directly on site. By generating detailed scene information containing high-definition imagery and measurement data, 3D-SensIR, Inc. can greatly increase a user’s ability to capture and interact with a scene digitally in real time.
3D-SensIR, Inc. joins other creative and technology focused tenants, Nuhubit Software Studios LLC and Outlyer Technologies in the Santa Clarita Business Incubator.
The Santa Clarita Business Incubator provides entrepreneurs with support, guidance, consulting services and networking opportunities in partnership with the Small Business Development Center, as well as low-cost office space in the City’s growing Arts and Entertainment District of Old Town Newhall.
For more information about the Santa Clarita Business Incubator and its tenants, visit ThinkSantaClarita.com or contact the City’s Economic Development Division at (661) 255-4347.
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