Laser scanning produces exceptionally detailed 3D point clouds of real-world locations, but there are often lots of missing areas that the scanner didn't see. Is it possible to bring them back somehow?
A while ago, I wrote about a scalable pipeline for processing point clouds. While the text gave an overview of what such a pipeline might look like, it was quite abstract. This time, instead of hand-waving on a very high level, I’m going to present some actual results.