I am looking for some help please. I have been asked to make a 3D model of a construction site (including cranes, buildings, scaffolding, diggers, etc). I did the survey as per appropriate instructions and then flew manually along the side of the buildings to get images so that it would reduce the melted effect.
The client wants to upload the .obj files into REVIT so they can view through VR Goggles.
When I sent them the files (this was just a test run) they did not want ANY melted scenes. Clearly, there is a lot going on at a construction site so I was looking for the following info/help please:
Once I have done the initial scan (from the pre-programmed flight path in the app), how many photos should I get of each side of each building? Should I get these at different heights too so there are numerous angles?
Should I also photograph (with the drone) all of the on site equipment such as the trucks, lorries, diggers etc?
What is the maximum amount of photos we can use to import into the software for editing?
Can the 3D Model be done over 4 overlaying areas to increase quality?
Any help or advice would be hugely appreciated.
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