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htimsabbub23 private msg quote post Address this user
Does anyone have a model of a ski resort I could use as a presentation piece?
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jfantin private msg quote post Address this user
@htimsabbub23 do you mean a virtual tour of ski slopes or a Matterport model of ski rental shops, etc?
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I was thinking more along the lines of a lodge and rental area but I'm open to ideas.
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Well, if it is just a lodge or rental area, it will be not different than any other Matterport project, like a hotel lobby or any shop.

I do not have examples of that kind of places with Matterport, but I do have samples of ski slopes that I made with a special camera (6 lenses, 7 panos per second, GPS or remote control activated, etc). I mapped a complete mountain (the biggest ski resort in South America with hundreds of kilometers of skiable tracks) in three days driving a snow mobile with my camera mounted in a backpack.





If you are interested, just send me a PM and I will explain and we can talk and exchange ideas.
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WOW! That's pretty ineradicable. I would love to chat more. I am doing this for what may be the smallest ski hill in USA. 200 ft vertical drop. But that being said it is where I learned to ride and love the winter snow. I will PM you so we can chat more. I appreciate the help.
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@jfantin Do you have a link that you can post to show the end results? looks very cool, is it just photospheres or photogrammetry as well ?
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I am sorry for the delay. I missed your question @3DscannUK

This is a link to a small ski slope (just a few hundred meters). I took one pano each 10 meters while driving with a snow mobile at reasonable speed (it was green slope for begginers and children). I would say that it took me a couple of minutes at most.

http://www.phisigmainteractive.com/LaHoyita-Catedral/index.html

In the lower left corner you have access to a map and the possition of each pano (by clicking on the spots you move to that pano).

The camera has 6 lenses and the images have all the info needed (lat, long, altitude, speed and direction, etc)

The entire ski complex was done in three days working 4 to 5 hours per day
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