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General Discussion / Re: Mesh Viewer for clients
« Last post by ivan.zan.barbaric on November 23, 2022, 11:31:58 AM »
Hi,
You can write to [email protected] (to confirm you have a valid licence) and we will give you a 3Dsurvey viewer licence, which you can give to your client.
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General Discussion / Mesh Viewer for clients
« Last post by daniel.gurschler on November 22, 2022, 02:25:23 PM »
Hi guys,

I have made and evaluated a drone survey for a client. Now I would like to send him the files so that he can have a look at the results. Which open source programmes are best suited for him to view a 3D mesh with texture, for example? Or is there a 3DSurvey Viewer?

Best regards
Daniel
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CAD / Re: Generating CAD Points from a Point Cloud _ Interpolation Radius
« Last post by markom.mesaric on October 26, 2022, 12:04:13 PM »
Hi Steve,

Interpolation radius of 3 feet simply meanis that the height of the generated point will be the mean height of points that are in radius of 3 feet around the point that is being calculated.

If snap to lowest checkbox is enabledd, then the height of point will be the lowest point in the radius of 3feet.
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CAD / Generating CAD Points from a Point Cloud _ Interpolation Radius
« Last post by steve.belz on October 16, 2022, 09:10:00 PM »
When generating CAD points from a point cloud, and specifying "Snap to Lowest", what is the "Interpolation Radius" and how does changing it affect what point is selected?  For example, I created a point cloud using High Reconstruction and I want to pull out the lowest points on a 30 foot grid spacing to obtain ground surface points around sparsely spaced trees and shrubs.  The prompt defaults to an Interpolation Radius of 3 ft.  What happens in that 3 ft radius?  Thanks.




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General Discussion / Re: Problem with installation geoid
« Last post by ivan.zan.barbaric on October 12, 2022, 12:30:29 PM »
Hi,
Try watching this video and see if it works out.
https://youtu.be/lxkGfIDQiQA
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General Discussion / Problem with installation geoid
« Last post by robert.bk on October 07, 2022, 10:21:03 AM »
Hi, guys I'm just getting started with 3dsurvey and i had a little installation problem of geoid file. I do as it is in the manual, but the program does not see these files. I would like to import geoide for Polish.


greetings from Polish
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General Discussion / Re: Keeping the recorder camera height fixed
« Last post by ivan.zan.barbaric on September 26, 2022, 09:56:31 AM »
You unfortunately cannot import a 3D CAD line.
However, you can click the "Reset view" button in the top left corner, giving you a perfect bird's eye view. After that just click and hold the scroll wheel, and move around. This way you will stay at the same height at all times.
You can also try using the "Free flight" mode (fourth option to the right from the "Reset view" button), which mimics the drone's flight. You use the A, S, D, and W keys to move around, always staying at the same height.
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General Discussion / Keeping the recorder camera height fixed
« Last post by mr.chy on September 25, 2022, 10:23:22 AM »
Hello.
I am trying to create a video along a proposed railway alignment over the acquired point cloud data using the "Recorder" feature. As I go along the alignment and keep adding "Camera" locations, it is becoming difficult to keep the height and the orientation angle of the multiple cameras same. I need to keep it same all through the video to ensure a smooth video fixed at the same height and orientation. Is there any procedure to create such a camera path with fixed camera orientation, like a 3D CAD line and import it as camera path?
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Mission planning / Re: DJI Mini SE and 3DSurvey Pilot
« Last post by ivan.zan.barbaric on September 02, 2022, 09:04:23 AM »
No problem, I am happy I could help.
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Mission planning / Re: DJI Mini SE and 3DSurvey Pilot
« Last post by ocar.campos on September 01, 2022, 08:32:55 PM »
Hello, so given the reply today I tested the free flight option with the Mini SE drone and it worked perfectly. It was a bit tricky at first but it was quite easy at the end. Thanks again!

Cheers.

 
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