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3D ShowcaseFloor Planproblem

How would you improve my Matterport Space?2191

BabluN private msg quote post Address this user
Hi Guys,

Could you please have a look at this model and tell me what is wrong? And how do I fix it?

Thanks and Regards,

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Tosolini private msg quote post Address this user
What is supposed to be wrong? if you can point out what you think it's not working, somebody might be able to help.
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JC3DCX private msg quote post Address this user
Here and there i saw some alligments not 100% alligned, but that would most probable be due to camera not being stable while scanning. I dont see other problems
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GlennTremain private msg quote post Address this user here is better version
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ron0987 private msg quote post Address this user
If I saw anything in general would be, you are running your placements very close to the walls. I was surprised to see the photo stitching worked so well, but it gives you a full spectrum of the space but when you rotate towards the wall it is right there. The philosophy I use in placement is place the camera in a place I would walk. As you are viewing and moving thru that is what I would point out.

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GlennTremain private msg quote post Address this user
there is normal walking and where you walk to size up a room. I think his placements are perfect.
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THRHHI private msg quote post Address this user
Overall it is pretty good. I would change the start point so you don't fly into the wall by the front door.also looks like some of the exterior walls were trimmed to tight
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JonJ private msg quote post Address this user
@thrhhi is right. You definitely trimmed of some of the exterior walls. In the hallway, there are too many scan points. Try to plan your scan points so that you can access all 3 rooms from a single point. Also, the camera height seems really low. What is the height of your center lens? I would consider setting it at 60 inches. Otherwise, overall it is a pretty good scan.
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BabluN private msg quote post Address this user
Hi Guys,

Sorry, but I was travelling, therefore, the delayed response. The issue was that this model was blotched with colours scattered all over the dollhouse and floor plan, some how, it seems to have fixed itself....and to address the comments, yes, I understand that my trim lines are way too close, but that was cause I was under the impression that they were supposed to be done that way, figured it out a couple of days ago that I was wrong. Also, the reason that I've placed the camera close to the walls in this model is because I wanted to avoid the camera in the mirrors.

You guys are the best!!!!! @GlennTremain, you rock!!!!!

Thanks and Regards,

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