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I have a question that hopefully the great members on this forum with more experience than me can help me with. I was requested to do a before and after scan of an auto dealership that is remodeling their showroom. How to achieve that and have both of them done from the same perspective may be a little challenging.

My first thought is to have a floor-plan made after the first scan an then mark the scan spots, as close as possible, on it and then use that as a guide for when I go back and do the after scan.

If anyone has done something like this before and has a better way to achieve the desired result, I would love to hear it.
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I did a before & after of a home for staging & also to help brokers showcase the difference staging can make when marketing. I hadn't planned on doing the befores and afters so I didn't do exactly the same spots so your idea of notating what you initially do & repeat afterwards is great. After the scans, I had a friend do the video for me. I also created a separate YouTube Channel so it wouldn't start playing other videos after it was finished - clickable text
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@rzphotoman



Cupix provides the exact solution for your exact needs for size-by-side comparisons. See the video. It should take you about 24 hours and $400 to complete this process (including time on-site and overnight shipping of 360 camera from Amazon).



The compare feature was covered in this forum post:
http://forum.we-get-around.com/topic/6201/page/1/new-in-december---cupix-review/#1

Here's some cameras:
http://forum.we-get-around.com/topic/6228/page/1/detailed-360-camera-comparison---video/#2

(Note, you can purchase the Yi360 from the Microsoft store, Insta360 ONE from Apple Store and Fry's Electronics, and GoPro Fusion from Best Buy. All others, I'd recommend Amazon).
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Kathy,

Great before and after Video! Very nicley done.

Bernie
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Here’s one I did a while back, it’s a before and after of a condo that was renovated and staged.

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@CarlosFHdz That looks great...how did you accomplish that effect?
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Lots of demand for before and after WP3D could be capitalizing on. I have talked to Ross about this already. I really would like to have access to something like Krispy Kreme did on there tour http://www.krispykreme.com/AngelGroveGrandOpening
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@kjoman Well done.
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