Join Dustin Manning for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting projects, part of Learning FARO: Laser Scanning.
- Before we export our data to another software,…we'll want to make sure that the orientation…of the point cloud or the coordinates system that it's using…is suitable to the project.…So first, let's go down here to this tool bar…and let's look at a top view of our scans.…Now if you're going to be using this…to create a building model,…it would be a little bit difficult to work with this…in its current orientation.…For me it would be more suitable to use one of these walls…as the guideline for the orientation.…So let's set that up.…
We'll use one of the walls that we calculated the plane…on earlier and we'll set that to view north.…If we expand out course two, and look at our planes,…this is the one I would like to use.…Let's take another look at that in the quick view…by double clicking course two,…just to verify that is the one I want to use.…If I want to find that plane,…I can go back to the structure and expand this out,…right click on the name, and click locate plane.…
It'll move my view to that plane.…So now this is definitely what I want to use…
- Adjusting scanner settings
- Outdoor scanning
- Indoor scanning
- Importing scans
- Manually marking objects
- Exporting projects
Skill Level Beginner
Learning FARO PointSense Plantwith Irene Radcliffe3h 13m Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Scanner Settings
3. Outdoor Scanning 101
4. Indoor Scanning
Cloud-to-cloud registration1m 11s
5. In the Office
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