just downloaded the latest revision. thought the new export image would be exporting each image from the scanner. it is only a screen shot of what is currently being viewed. Please look to incorporate exporting all scan images. so we do not have to use the manufacturer's software.
Similar to how points can be colored by Normals, coloring by slope would give the points a color based on the deflection angle (0 - 180 degrees) of the point's normal vector relative to the +Z-axis vector. This would be useful for identifying the slopes of land contours, ADA requirements for ramps, or visualizing drainage and water run-off.
I would like to see all Mirrorballs in the RealView, even if they are obstructed/behind something.
I would also like to be able to change the color of the mirrorballs. They are difficult to see in black & white/intensity RealViews.
I've just finished the registration of 2 buildings that are quite close to each other, but my surveyors didn't collect enough intermittent scans in between the buildings to accurately combine the 2 groups. It would be useful to just select a group and create a new project from that data to take straight through to indexing. Unfortunately I had to duplicate the project, disband a group in each project, then delete the scans 1 at a time in the import screens before I could index. I beleive this would provide a very fast workflow; if one person is registering they could easily keep feeding info to the Revit (or other) guys as various groups are registered.
Obviously the group would need removing from the previous project - or at least an option to do so.
I have some projects which are georeferenced and I'd like to see which coordinate I use.
After set the coordinate system in the settings I cannot see it anymore. And it would be grat if the coordinate assign window is the same like in Civil or map and if you can filter the coordinate systems with EPSG codes, countries etc.
Furthermore it would be great if the coordinate system of the point cloud is set automatically and is shown for checking to the user.
I think the tool is nice but it need some more work for a little more precise snapping specially on perspective views. see it don't lock correct to edge sometime too. if any one have a suggestion about the correct way to snap please advice here where to go.
Until there is a way for Recap 360 to prove it is accurate it will remain a novelty. What we need is one a better way to add and assign GCPs (Ground Control Points) to Recap . Two we need an official Report that can be created to show the errors for each GSP. We need to see just how close to our ground targets the final product really is.
Have a look at what others are providing and include something similar. Before we waste out time of exporting and importing into Recap then into Civil 3D (or whatever) we need to know if what we are about to import is accurate enough for our needs. As of right now this is not being done and until then any data from Recap 360 or Recap is just conceptual in nature as is about about as valuable as the old Google Earth surfaces we were able to import back in 2012.
Sure the final model sure looks pretty, but if it isn't accurate what good is it? Proofs in the Pudding!
When uploading a Recap Pro project to the cloud - only real views are uploaded.
If you want to exchange a full project with scan data you need to put the project data on a cloud drive or on USB stick.
It would be nice to have the option to upload scan data as well, so that the full project can be exchanged / copied / moved to another computer via the cloud.
Multi selection of item in the Project Navigator is really missing. Please add this option, it would be very usefull specially when creating grou of scan location. I have a project with over 500 scans which I have to group under some sectors. For now I have to move each scan location one by one to place them under it's group. That's a real pain.
Would be very nice if a base sketch capability is incorporate it into Recap like line circle, square etc with the option of snapping to the points of the cloud
and later export those trace to AutoCAD or any other app to use it for developing a 3d model from it.
I would like to see an additional level of hierarchy during registration. Would it be possible to retain (or create) scan groups as we go through the registration process? In its simplest form I envisage that, if I had 3 registration groups and I merge two of those, the left side of the registration window would now show two groups. Doing this would make it much easier to match the outstanding scans to those already registered.
It would be immensely beneficial for us to be able to tag the model, attach specification data, submittal data, warranty information, and hyperlinks to the 3D model that is generated, and then to be able to send that data to an interface that allows our customers, service department, and others to view the attached information. Without the need for ReCap. I'm thinking through A360 Team!
Attached is our current workflow, and from there you can see why it would be beneficial. We currently use A360 Collaboration for Revit to push this information out to our contractors. It would help a lot to get the software to allow for this capability. It would streamline our deliverable process and make us more efficient as well.
The ability to host this data in the cloud through A360 would allow us to provide a customer deliverable that is easy and functional!
Include the option to export to LAS files, retaining lat/lon/elev data.
Currently trying to find a low-effort workflow for generating a Revit toposurface from ReCap Photo-to-3D data. I have a license for Globalmapper which has some very slick tools for filtering out points that don't represent ground, and then generating 3D contours from the resulting subset, but Globalmapper is happiest with georeferenced LAS files.
If ReCap could export LAS this workflow would be complete.
I am logging this on behalf of a customer, we noticed that textures/materials are not supported on RCS/RCP files. We caught this when the customer reported this as a behavior with the technical support group - so if you try to assign a texture/material to the RCS in say Navisworks for example, the texture doesn't come in (it appears as white) and there isn't any option within ReCap itself to say select a portion of the scan and assign a different texture. We found you could assign color overrides but not textures. The customer would like to see ReCap support textures coming in from other Autodesk products.
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