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Just curious if anyone has stitched something together like this...

Here is what I am thinking.


Floor - Lobby
Floor - Suite
Floor - Pool
Floor - Gym
Floor - Dining

Without scanning over a single model capacity, would it be possible to put these into one model?

Has anyone tried something like this?
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RenderingSpace private msg quote post Address this user
There's no way to stitch together unrelated areas into a single model. Each area of the hotel will have to have its own model.
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andreabortolot private msg quote post Address this user
we did our first hotel all together (lobby, pubblic areas, suites, corridor etc.) as the GM requested. A mess...the model is too big and a visitor can easly get lost into the model.
After that experience we did a boutique hotel with separated models for each areas. way better! So my suggestion is to convince Hotel management to do separated models!
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Forum Founder DanSmigrod private msg quote post Address this user

My We Get Around blog post may be helpful ...

Matterport 3D and VR Showcase Tours Meets Travel Tourism and Hospitality

Plus, here is a pool I captured.

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Grant private msg quote post Address this user

Looks great Dan! I did have a chance to see this Mandarin Oriental, beautiful place. Thanks for the info!


Thanks for the feedback!

I know its a wild idea, curious if it was feasible.

Not Official:
I am hearing some rumors regarding MP adding links or some sort of scroll icon to the side of a model.
Take Dan's pool model above for example. Then think of a side icon to click on other models in the same hotel.
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