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@Harrycayman nicely captured. Did you use the matterport camera for this space? I'd love to take a tour if it's available.
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Hi

I still have to scan with Matterport. That’s just a still image. I had asked if anyone has scanned a big Hall with tall ceilings to see at what height they have camera
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Here are some tall ceiling for your viewing pleasure.



App Student Center...
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Hi @Harrycayman,

I did a church and a retail space with fairly high ceilings. I shot at eye level or slightly below. My thought was that if it was any higher, it would look distorted (like a giant) was taking the tour.

The church was an experiment to see if I could use mostly 360 photos and tie them together as a "tour." There are only two scans. As for the retail space, eye level was important to see the items on the shelves.

Here are the links to the tours:




Good luck with your shoot.

Scott
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Hi Doug.
Impressive student Centre. Can you tell me in the big hall. What level height did you use and how far apart did you scan
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5' 5"... and about 8 to 9 feet apart.
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Ok thanks. With open spaces did you have any problem with scans mis placing themselves as it’s a repetitious open space for each scan
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In the two basketball courts i have done over the years it can be tricky but you just have to keep deleting miss's and keep moving it around and also you can lower the camera a little sometimes that helps.
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Thank you Doug. Will let you know how it goes
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Please do...
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