3D Scan with SCENECT - Tutorial
by Bernhard_3D, published
This is the staircase of my home, reverse-engineered with Faro SCENECT and Sketchup
1.) Create a pointcloud: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T56aOkaK488
2) Export the scans in SCENECT using the subsampling option (10 x 10) to reduce the amount of points in your pointcloud.
2) Import the cloud in sketchup: http://www.my3dscanner.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=34:how-to-integrate-point-cloud-into-google-sketchup&Itemid=93
3) Draw your 3D-Model
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