Visualizer 3D Software
Visualizer 3D is the ultimate 3d visualization software for OKM metal detectors which support graphical 3d ground scans. The newest and completely revised software version of Visualizer 3D provides improved graphics and sensational depth measurement. All deep buried metal objects and treasure finds are represented where they have been detected by OKM metal detectors: under the ground surface. The depth measurement of Visualzer 3D has been adapted to the different types of soil like loam, sand, stone and many other types of ground to give accurate measuring results.
The Visualizer 3D software is equipped with several functions no professional treasure hunter should miss. Besides the visualization of detected treasure finds in 3d graphics and the measurement of depth, position and size Visualizer 3D includes the following features:
- Representation as 2D and 3D graphic
- Depth measurement
- Determination of objects position
- Manual correction of error signals
- Printout, Image export for subsequent processing
- Variable wireframe representation
- Optimized live picture (only with the devices Future 2005 and Future I-160)
- Discrimination mode to distinguish between precious and non-precious metals as well as cavities (only with Super Sensor)
- Automatic measurement completion in case of missing signals
- Automatic correction of error signals
- Features to improve the graphics (e.g. interpolation, color filters)
- Free scalable and movable graphics as well as rotatable ground scans by 360°
The Visualizer 3D software is available in several languages so that many treasure hunters, archaeologists and geologists worldwide may use it easily:
Further detailed information about our award winning Visualizer 3D software you can find on the following website: www.visualizer3d.com
The following screenshots of Visualizer 3D are showing some of the possibilities by using this 3d visualization software.
Figure 1: This figure shows a graphic in top view, where metallic objects and cavities can be identified easily.
Figure 2: This figure shows a graphic in top view at which only metallic objects and cavities are visible. Other color values are removed.
Figure 3: Here you can see a graphic represented in side view. This view makes the depth measurement possible. To line of depth has to be moved down to the object to read the correct depth.
Figure 4: In this figure you can see a multiple view including three small previews of the graphic (top view, side view, perspective).
Figure 5: This figure shows the dialog "Characteristics", in which field length, width and type of soil can be noted.
Figure 6: In this figure the parameter adjustments of a new measurement are represented.