360 Image Import

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    mazza.valentina

    Hi, how did you solve?

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    Wayne Bainbridge

    Hi

    I didn't, not in RC anyway.  I drilled into the accuracy from Matterport tech support, they wouldn't express it in real terms so the quoted 1% stands which I can only take as +/- 1% so 10mm in a Metre or 50mm across a 5m room.  Plus one has to take a lot more photos per room than is needed with a scanner so the time saving is diminished for less reliable data.

    I tinkered with the settings on my scanner and reduced the resolution of internal scans for an approx time saving of 50% (non colour).  Mostly my projects are domestic dwellings so this works well, the data still registers plane to plane and it's enough to model the walls, doors etc.  The 3D scan view is a bit fudgey but good enough.

    Externally I am trying to colourise the sans for better clarity when drawing the elevations.  The scanner camera takes forever so I am using a Canon on a nodal ninja rig, I haven't quite got this right yet plus the pano stitching is time consuming so I am still considering the Ricoh for a one click solution.

    The ultimate would be able to take a full building mesh (photos + scan data) from RC and import into Revit without my workstation setting on fire or mouse turning into a lead weight.

    Regards,   

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