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Tips for Scanning an Apartment with Matterport8137

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Hi All,

Saw this tip from @Metroplex360 in a related WGAN Forum discussion:

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Originally Posted by Metroplex360
When I shoot a Matterport tour of an apartment, I shoot either side of each door jamb, each corner and the center of each room. If it's a rectangular room, I'll shoot the center of each of the short sides too. If it's a long room, then the room gets divided into multiple spaces as one might naturally do with their furnishings.


Got a tip for Matterport scanning of an apartment?

Best,

Dan
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Think of dice

Sq rooms.. 4 scans
rectangular rooms... 6 scans
Smaller rooms... 2-3. Diagonally across
Small rooms may not need all corners.
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