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80,000 SF Muscle Car Museum... gearheads enjoy7435

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We are working on a project for the American Muscle Car Museum in Melbourne FL.

The main room is 500 by 160 ft, and presented a lot of challenges. Too big, walls and ceiling look very similar throughout. Floor is featureless. And when you think about, all cars kind of look alike to a Matterport. And then when you have like 4 visually identical Corvettes lined up side by side... lol.

We ended up breaking up into individual rows of cars...

Row 1

Row 2

Row 3
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Impressive!

Now all you have to do is add a Mattertag to each vehicle for their details!

Or create a link to each individual vehicle using ctrl-U!!

;-)
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Did you break it up due to spins ?

Nice job...
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3SixtyNow private msg quote post Address this user
This is awesome, except for the dollhouse views. I would see if Matterport could stitch them together for you. Otherwise, I would turn the dollhouses off.
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What a fun job!
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It took about 20 man hours, with at least 4 discarded partial attempts. Once you got the slightest bit of vagueness in a car's location, adjacent scans would start popping up in random spots. And then it all goes to hell.

We just worked on slow or rainy days.

I initially thought I could do the whole thing in one shot but quickly found that you need a scan every 3-4 feet on average in this target poor environment. Also, helped to go to slow spin.

We are planning to Mattertag every car eventually.
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Wow, great job. Brings back memories of some of the 70's cars that I remember wanting to drive.

Scott
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