View of “internal organs”
Using a medical analogy to understand new ways of accessing point cloud data… The slide above shows the point cloud in RECAP software with the exterior envelope layer turned off, revealing the cluster of internal spaces.
The slides below show a series of “slices” taken vertically through the buildings at 1 meter intervals, from north towards the south and then from east proceeding towards the west.
a series of “slices” ex. 1
a series of “slices” ex. 2
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Model of addition projected back into photograph
Typically I use photogrammetry to measure and draw existing structures. Recently I’ve started using it also to visualize new structures. The photo above shows an image that was used originally to create a set of measured drawings of an existing house. Once I had those drawings completed I designed a new structure to be built above the foundation of an existing garage. I made a simple 3-D model of the new design and then accurately projected the model back into the photograph. This has been an invaluable tool in getting my client to understand the new design.
More on this new way of working to come…