I'm doing some tests with sailing boats and a Faro Focus laser scanner.
I wonder what would be a possible approach to hull reconstruction, both outside and inside.
The boat would be a one off old sailing boat, and the scope is to have a model that allow to keep track of what has been done and where, during maintenance operations.
In my idea I would scan the hull, then after registration and correct orientation of the model I would extract trasversal section (apart maybe for the extremes), then after a section fairing I would perform a loft.
For the inside the situation would be similar, with the "naked" hull (if exposed) reconstructed at first, and then I would model the structural parts, the cabling or anything relevant.
I have Scene and Lupos Basic, so section extraction is possible directly or via a mesh extraction.
For modeling I have Autocad, Inventor and Rhino.
I would value your insight.
Thanks in advance,