Change the colors associated with your point cloud.
- [Narrator] We can display the points that make…up a point cloud in multiple different ways.…Let's go to the display settings menu,…highlight where we have our color mode,…and then in the drop down menu,…we can see that there are five different display settings.…The first way is called RGB.…RGB allows us to see the point cloud as that…object actually is, there in three dimensional space.…That's the reason why if we look at the objects,…they look kind of like they're real,…is because that's what that color is in real life…at that point.…
If you select on elevation,…you'll start to see the elevation changes…between each of the points,…as well as over here on the left,…where it says anything that's in the reds…or lower down, we get into the greens, the blues,…the purples, and that corresponds with the colors…that we're seeing over here inside…of the point cloud.…Next, we have two different ones that I rarely use.…One is intensity, which is intensity of reflections.…
Then we have normal, which is the point normals.…
- Starting a new scan or photo project
- Navigating the menu
- Importing data
- Recovering deleted points
- Selecting and sizing points
- Measuring distances and angles
- Setting outer limits
- Adjusting color, lighting, and the background
- Scanning regions
- Saving and exporting a project
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Scan Project: Home Menu
3. Contextual Tile Menu
4. Display Settings Menu
5. Additional Options
6. Photo Projects
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