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3D Textured Models

Postby Mark Senior » Fri May 15, 2015 4:30 pm

Arithmetica will be demonstrating new features for Pointfuse Pro at GeoBusiness at the London Design Center, which include textured models, enhanced sectioning tools and scaled ortho images . These new features will be released in version 1.1 following the event and will be available as 14 day trial.

Why not come a long to stand G1 and see what we've been up ?

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Textured Model From Point Cloud Data by Pointfuse
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Re: 3D Textured Models

Postby JoshK » Fri May 15, 2015 11:20 pm

that looks really good Mike. unfortunately i won't be able to make the show, but will do some googling on your products. the sketch fab link looks great too. however when i click on the "Pointfuse" link i get a "your connection is not private" error. is this just because the website doesn't have SSL?
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Re: 3D Textured Models

Postby Mark Senior » Mon May 18, 2015 9:58 am

Josh

Thanks for your reply, I've changed the link so it should work fine now. Let me know if you have any further questions on Pointfuse and thanks again for looking.

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Re: 3D Textured Models

Postby JoshK » Mon May 18, 2015 9:58 pm

thanks Mark, the link works fine now. I am currently on a site for the next week and will have a closer look at this when i get home i think. but out of interest, when the data is exported into dxf format and opened in AutoCAD, what are the objects in the dxf? are the meshes, 3d solids, or 3d surfaces?
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Re: 3D Textured Models

Postby Cecily » Mon Jun 15, 2015 11:45 am

JoshK wrote:when the data is exported into dxf format and opened in AutoCAD, what are the objects in the dxf? are the meshes, 3d solids, or 3d surfaces?


Hi Josh. You get a set of polylines (representing the edges of each of the planes), as well as a set of triangles that make up each surface of the plane. The surfaces are planar “DXF Polyface Meshes”, with an extremely low polygon count (i.e. the number of triangles is as low as possible).

Exports to IFC, DAE and OBJ formats are also supported.

You can experiment with exports (and other features, such as textures and scaled ortho images) with a free trial of Pointfuse Pro 1.1: http://pointfuse.com/get-pointfuse/
Point cloud to vector model in minutes.
http://pointfuse.com/
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