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|Refugee Ukrainian Children Drawings Displayed within Matterport 3D Tour||DanSmigrod||1||11 monthsDanSmigrod (28416): https://e3effa51eee72fd900e3-2fb779bd12ec72d4612275342f2c9187.ssl.cf1.rackcdn.com/b8cb5a2ebe15d805d8df8693adf20c3d.pngScreen Grab courtesy of UA Kids Today https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=zQyw3g3uJq3 Virtually staged Matterport 3D Tour filled with pictures drawn by the children of Ukraine. They provide us with a bit of insight on how these children are feeling in this time of strife in their lives. Some children are scared and fearful of...|
|Question of the Day: Tips for tricking out a Matterport tour of a Gallery?||DanSmigrod||2||2 yearsDanSmigrod (28416): Hi All, For inspiration, I looked at the WGAN MarketPlace for these thought-starters: 1. MPEmbed: 1) add/trigger audio when standing in front of artwork; 2) MatterTag Index 2. WP3D Models WordPress Plugin: 1) SEO 2) in case the tour changes (the link does not change) 3. MP2FP: floor plan of gallery (get custom, color coded floor plan) 4. Barnes Creative Studios: ADA Compliant Matterport Tours 5. CAPTUR3D: Add an Augmented Reality...|
|University of Manchester (UK) Using Matterport for museums, galleries and..||DanSmigrod||1||2 yearsDanSmigrod (28416): https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=fJv6yoe5H8R&play=1&ts=1&guides=0&brand=1&title=1&hl=3Manchester Museum is the United Kingdom's leading university museum (part of The University of Manchester). Matterport scan by: Apollo3D University of Manchester (UK) Using Matterport for museums, galleries and cultural and heritage sites The University of Manchester (1 December 2020) 3D scanning technology brings...|
|Advice for scanning large spaces (Galleries, Museums etc)||tinsoldier||9||2 yearsbriangreul (684): I generally will do at least one overlapping scan. Sometimes I'll do 2 or 3, just depends on how squirrely the space is. I will also sometimes force close the app and reboot the camera to make it start over with alignment. The alignment algorithm seems to be weighted to the last 3 to 5 scans. There are sometimes good reasons to jump around with large spaces, especially when coming around the core of a building.|