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Video Tutorials on RealityCapture
9 September, 2018
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Capturing Reality has shared a nice collection of video guides to using the team’s photo scanning solution called RealityCapture. You’ll start with the interface and go on to study several common workflows. You can find the full list of tutorials on YouTube

One of the first tutorials, for example, shows how you can create a detailed 3D mesh using four laser scans and 83 photos. It goes through registering laser scans, creating a 3D mesh from laser point clouds, registering photos and laser scans, and create a 3D model from all inputs:

And another one focuses on geo-referencing the scene in RealityCapture using ground control points faster:

You can find all guides here

Source: YouTube

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