Join Dustin Manning for an in-depth discussion in this video Visually checking registration quality, part of Learning FARO: Laser Scanning.
- [Voiceover] After you've completed registration,…and reviewed the registration report,…it's important to visually inspect…the point cloud to make sure that it's accurate.…The registration report is a statistical report,…so sometimes errors won't show up in that report.…The best way to perform this visual inspection,…it to use a clipping box.…So let's go to the explore tab,…and choose one-click clipping box.…Of this area.…
So we can see the beams, I don't see any overlapping scans,…we have nice smooth cylinders here for the HVAC.…Now, we've looked at that vertically,…let's shift this over and look at the horizontal placement.…Now I'm going to edit a clipping box…in a different way by double clicking…it here in the structure window and going to transformation,…only want the height to be about .1 feet.…
Now I'm going to zoom back in,…and let's take a look at the horizontal.…So again we're looking for places…where walls are overlapping, or it just doesn't look right.…That elevation it looks great,…I'm going to take one more look, I'm going to edit…
- Adjusting scanner settings
- Outdoor scanning
- Indoor scanning
- Importing scans
- Manually marking objects
- Exporting projects
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