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Fernandoker

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Re: Can agisoft generate something like this?
« Reply #15 on: June 16, 2014, 09:11:43 PM »
I can see that this melow maps site has a very nice resolution of the 3D model. Can someone point me online services that can show a high res 3D model? I know there is sketchfab and many others like it, but they're always limited and low resolution. What I liked at the Paris 3D model is that it looks like a streaming, loading the higher resolution 3D Model.

I have some aerial maps that I want to show to some potential clients and I need to show these maps as 3D Models in high resolution online. I couldn't find any services (besides this accute 3D that I don't know if it already does what I want)


ozbigben

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Re: Can agisoft generate something like this?
« Reply #16 on: June 17, 2014, 05:43:16 AM »
For the delivery side of things they're using a pretty good javascript library to stream the model in a similar way to streaming high resolution images...
The model is broken up into square regions so only the 3D data required to fill the viewer is downloaded and there are 2 (at least 2) copies of the model at different resolutions so that you don't have to download a lot of high res sections when zoomed out.  It's not so much a question of whether Photoscan or Acute 3D can do this... they can both generate the source models for this, but what subsequent processing and scriptiing is required to deliver a model in this way.

Maybe something like this: http://www.pheelicks.com/2014/03/rendering-large-terrains/