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Turns out 3d models in CS get rendered much better if all of the splays are set as not excluded (and with the advanced oversampling enabled). But clicking 1000 splays to set them all as not excluded takes a lot of time. It would be great if it could be added as an option in the replicate data dialogue.

How to / Re:Exporting georeferenced 3d models
« il: Aprile 19, 2023, 09:46:25 pm »
In the meantime I found a workaround method. I export the 3D model from Csurvey. Then open it in Meshlab and run a Screened Poisson surface reconstruction on the imported mesh. This results in a much better 3d model then the one directly from CS, but the resulting model preserves only the georeferenced Z coordinates while X and Y are lost. Meshlab also has a function to transform coordinates to their georeferenced equivalent, but it does not seem to work as intended, so the model needs to be exported as dxf, imported to Qgis, converted to 3d polylines and then translated back to original georeferenced position. And voila, you get a georeferenced dxf polyline 3d model of a cave. Not great, not terrible.

How to / Highlight excluded shots
« il: Ottobre 27, 2021, 10:24:44 pm »

does anyone know how to highlight (in design view) the shots that are excluded from calculations (in the data view)?
I understand there is an option to write your own highlight condition, but I do not know how to write this condition in VB.NET or C# since I am unfamiliar with the syntax.


How to / Exporting georeferenced 3d models
« il: Ottobre 15, 2021, 08:18:20 pm »
Is there a way to export a 3d model that is georeferenced and can be directly placed in CAD?
I have set the coordinates of the entry point to the cave, but the exported models are all in absolute coordinate system, instead of preserving the georeferenced values.



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