badam wrote: ↑Mon Nov 22, 2021 10:45 pm
it is interesting to see this approach but usually the details are lost during meshing. but i'll try it out it would be good to see an on premise solution, because uploads are slow. it would be faster to process localy, and only upload just the result.
I gave this a try about two months ago when I first saw it on this forum. I must say that for a first run I am super impressed. I actually loaded a full scan that was two plazas and an underground pedestrian tunnel. It was the exact same job that I had run through Reg 360 and uploaded to Cyclone Enterprise. I basically uploaded a LARGE e57 INCLUDING THE PHOTOSPHERES from our BLK full res scans of the site.
This is basically SAS and the results are returned for download and viewing on your own local machine as I understand it. (Similar to the Truview Portable Viewer from Leica. The file package is similar with everything stored in on file folder package (including the viewer Executable.
It definitely has more current markup potential right now than the Truview and Truview live (one simple difference is being able to outline complex polygonal areas across a meshed surface to get square footage. Truview only allows rectangles the last I looked in October)
If they could combine the Euclideon Technology that Leica is Licensing with their meshing capabilities and markup capabilities to make it workable from a personal Cloud Services viewer they would really have a superb product that would compete wit the likes of NavVis indoor viewer and Cyclone Enterprise.
Just a side note: I just got back from S. Korea and was surprised to see when dealing with my flight that Matterport had gotten their 3D product viewer for indoor spaces (using photos only and scan augmented photos) integrated into some of Delta Airlines seating viewers on their websites for reserving plane tickets. I don't know much about there current product, but 3-4 years ago the price justification for their SAS viewer was definitely targeted pricewise to the Architectural Industry and not the Civil or Mechanical -Plus pictures only.