3D mapping technology (also called projection mapping or spatial augmented reality) is a technology used to project a 2D or 3D object onto a display surface through spatial mapping. 3D mapping is often used by advertisers and artists to add dimension, movement and depth to previously static objects such as buildings or stages.
3D mapping techniques
CAD AND GIS
Spatial data that is digitised or created in GIS can be converted to CAD data and vice versa which can then be manipulated in Autodesk products.
A new collaboration between Autodesk and Esri intends to put GIS and BIM at the centre of projects, driving smarter decisions, optimised designs, accelerated project approvals, reduced costs, smarter cities and resilient infrastructure. Building the bridge between GIS and BIM will change the way we plan, design and build our future