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Captured with NavVis: Dudley Castle

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High atop Castle Hill in Dudley, West Midlands, England sits Dudley Castle - a once-magnificent motte and bailey castle originally constructed in 1070. Today, you can admire the Romantic ruin and visit the Dudley Zoo, located right on the castle grounds.

Or, you can watch this highly-detailed point cloud flythrough that was captured with NavVis VLX and revere its beauty from afar! The topographic survey was conducted by Terra Measurement Limited by deploying best practice methodology.

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You beat me to it Jason. ;)

This was an amazing project to work on, and the VLX is an awesome bit of kit.
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sim.herrod wrote: Thu May 12, 2022 1:08 pm You beat me to it Jason. ;)

This was an amazing project to work on, and the VLX is an awesome bit of kit.
Nice one Sim,

Can you tell a bit more about scanning time, processing, targets,...

EDIT : found it on the navvis website
https://www.navvis.com/resources/case-s ... 1652352973
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landmeterbeuckx wrote: Thu May 12, 2022 1:34 pm Nice one Sim,

Can you tell a bit more about scanning time, processing, targets,...

EDIT : found it on the navvis website
https://www.navvis.com/resources/case-s ... 1652352973
It was approx 600 S150 colour scans using spheres and controlled checkerboard targets, 2 days of VLX scanning using the same controlled checkerboards, approx 40,000 images split between Sony A7ivR with tripod and pole, M300/P1 with and Mavic 2 Pro.

Processed in, and deliverables from Leica Cyclone Core , Cyclone 3DR, Navvis Ivion, Lightroom, Capturing Reality, Nubigon, Nira and Veesus Arena4D, ACAD with Cloudworx.

All done to Historic England Metric Survey Specifications for Cultural Heritage.
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sim.herrod wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 8:33 am
landmeterbeuckx wrote: Thu May 12, 2022 1:34 pm Nice one Sim,

Can you tell a bit more about scanning time, processing, targets,...

EDIT : found it on the navvis website
https://www.navvis.com/resources/case-s ... 1652352973
It was approx 600 S150 colour scans using spheres and controlled checkerboard targets, 2 days of VLX scanning using the same controlled checkerboards, approx 40,000 images split between Sony A7ivR with tripod and pole, M300/P1 with and Mavic 2 Pro.

Processed in, and deliverables from Leica Cyclone Core , Cyclone 3DR, Navvis Ivion, Lightroom, Capturing Reality, Nubigon, Nira and Veesus Arena4D, ACAD with Cloudworx.

All done to Historic England Metric Survey Specifications for Cultural Heritage.
Nice. A great piece for the portfolio!
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Our MD will be taking to NavVis about this project and at GeoBusiness...

https://www.linkedin.com/video/event/ur ... 105285632/
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sim.herrod wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 2:45 pm Our MD will be taking to NavVis about this project and at GeoBusiness...

https://www.linkedin.com/video/event/ur ... 105285632/
Excellent... ;) If you did this project again is there anything you would do differently?
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Jason Warren wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 7:00 am ...If you did this project again is there anything you would do differently?
Never under-estimate the amount of time it takes to colour grade/edit that many images from mutiple sensors, or the amount of time it takes to properly clean point clouds so that they look their best.

Also, make sure your workstation has more high speed storage than you thought possible. We had many terabytes of data of project data (more than our old server total capacity) and had to use external drives. It worked, but it was much much slower than it could have been.
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sim.herrod wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 9:30 am
Jason Warren wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 7:00 am ...If you did this project again is there anything you would do differently?
Never under-estimate the amount of time it takes to colour grade/edit that many images from mutiple sensors, or the amount of time it takes to properly clean point clouds so that they look their best.

Also, make sure your workstation has more high speed storage than you thought possible. We had many terabytes of data of project data (more than our old server total capacity) and had to use external drives. It worked, but it was much much slower than it could have been.
Yeah true i'd never waste time to color match every single image it is just not worth the time it takes to do that. But this makes somewaht ugly point clouds. Even when it is cleaned from every reflections. We have lot of clouds which looks awsame in one color with EDL but ugly with color, because the rtc360 hdr coloring is not color accurate enough. And the different lighting conditions makes it hard to do it.

Storage requirements are huge for our industry 20tb/year is easily achievable...
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