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Hey All

I thought some might be interested that Matterport is working on a new workshop for VR....

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Can you please let me know if you can modify the starting place for the automated VR tours? Also how does the system decide which scans to make available for the VR? Can we have any input on this.

Answer

Currently, no you cannot make changes to a CoreVR space starting point, or change what points are on or off. We are working on a new version of Matterport Workshop specifically tailored for VR. Once this is available, you will be able to easily edit what scan points are used in your VR Space.

We don't have an exact date for when this updated version of Workshop will be released, but we anticipate it being available before the end of the year [2016].

As for what points are automatically turned off or left on, we have done our best to create an automated system the picks the best points for navigation. This system looks for things such as proximity to objects and walls, how close points are to each other, and the height of scan points relative to each other. our current system is fairly robust and can handle the vast major of spaces with a reasonable level of accuracy, but we are still committed to improving it further. If you have any suggestions or feedback on how we could better select points please let us know [here].

Thanks

Marcia
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Queen_City_3D private msg quote post Address this user
I was curious about that myself.

Thanks for sharing!
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walk360 private msg quote post Address this user
great news! thanks for sharinng
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