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I am curious how everyone is turning over their OpenSpace captures to clients at the end of the project. I typically have walked them through bookmarking the home page and that has been fine but just doesn't seem ideal. What have you experienced worked best or what have you done for closing out jobs on here?
Can we get an Openspace shop within the Community where we can order the blue camera mounts and the washers that you stick to your hard hats? Currently I bother my incredible customer success manager with this task. That probably isn't even in his job description but @Wesley DuBose hooks it up everytime!
We have been using OpenSpace on several projects and one thing that’s consistently annoying is how much the hardhat obscures the image. We are using Ricoh Z1 cameras with the OpenSpace mounting bracket, but you still end up seeing quite a bit of hard hat in the final rendering. When I look at the videos on the OpenSpace website, they seem to move seamlessly through different photos and rotate, but I never see a hard hat obscuring the photo at all. Our camera looks like the mount in the support page. In a small corridor, the hard hat obscures enough of the photo to make it difficult to see the floor or wall base.Is this a typical problem? Are we doing something wrong or is what’s shown on the website clever marketing angles?Any suggestions for better picture quality and less hard hat? FYI, I did notice that if you mount the camera at an angle on the back of the hard hat, it makes it even worse.
Hi there,I am a newbie here in this community. Is there a solution for converting scanned point data directly into a BIM model (IFC format) without any human interventions. Ideally a robot mounted Lidar camera would traverse an interior space, autonomously and send the captured point cloud data to a cloud platform, where it will be processed into a BIM model using AI/ML algorithms in a matter of minutes ?Will the community be interested in such a solution ? Cheers
Hey all, I wanted to reach out to see if anyone else is having issues with the facial/body blur that is implemented? We’ve ran into issues where some blurs blur well too much area(1) or blurs something that resembles nothing like a face(2). Example of problem #1: The face is blurred, the body is blurred, but so is approximately 30-40% of the image where there is no individual.Example of problem #2: Some structures and piles get blurred in some images but not all.Feel free to share other issues you have ran into when it comes to the facial/body blur.
Does anyone else have issues with the location tracking? When I take a capture it forces me to change the location tracking to ‘always on’. I would prefer ‘only when using the app’, but it doesn’t seem to accept that. A day or so later after updating the setting so I can capture on the job site - my phone notifies me and asks if I really want the openspace app to be always tracking. No, I would prefer not. So I change it back. I have to continually go back and forth in order to get a successful capture.It doesn’t seem like all my co-workers have this issue, but I have noticed it with some. What setting am I missing?
How do you all handle space on the camera’s SD card? I have twice now came into an error when trying to capture that there is not enough space on the card. We are using insta 360 ONE X2 cameras. The fix has been to use the insta360 app to manually delete the oldest videos/captures.Is there a setting that makes this more automated? We have a 64 GB SD card currently and I could see using a bigger one, but it will still be an issue eventually. Thanks in advance for your help!
I was at Waypoint NYC where we were told the the Insta360 One RS 1” (I agree, horrible naming by them) is now supported. We were shown a slide that had a comparison of the quality of capture using that vs the previous model. We’re in the market for a new camera, and I was wondering if it would be possible to show a comparison of shots using the various cameras. Would be nice to know how all of the supported cameras stack up next to one another.
What are some of the most substantial challenges you all face in selling OpenSpace to your project teams internally? Or are they all pretty willing to use the software?For us in our company, it’s about teaching old dogs new tricks and selling them on that solid documentation and situational awareness provided by the tool!
I am a new adopter and I am working to develop the best implementation for my company. After a few hands on captures I have a few ideas and questions. I may be alone in some of these comments.To jump into a capture it’s called “IMAGES” which was initially confusing. This could potentially be improved by calling it something else like “Captures” or “3D photos” or even “Enter”. I get the symbology now as I see it used elsewhere, but if it was a different color it might pop better to indicate that’s what you really want to see.The scroll feature seems disproportionate. I feel like I need five or six full scroll wheel units to zoom into the part of the floor plan I want to see. I find myself using the floor plan to navigate a lot, and I am really exercising my scroll wheel finger. The zoom similarly feels slow. This may all be part of the software intending to be phone/tablet based, but I see myself looking at these captures on my computer often. Is there a way to set a preference to the
Hello all, I am currently writing my dissertation on the significance of Omnidirectional Imaging within the management and delivery of construction projects, I would be very grateful to anyone who could take 5 to 10 minutes to complete my survey questionnaire. I tried to attached the PDF print out and the excel document, of which either can be completed and returned to me, however there is no option to do this on this platform. If you would like to help me please email me at this address firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send the survey. Thank you in advance for taking the time to read this post, hope you have a great weekend.
Can someone tell me if there is a way to set more capture points? meaning as i walk and capture “LAYOUT” the day my framing duration starts on a floor and i want to capture every inch of layoput done by MEP trades as evedience as to weather they did or did not have it done the day my duration begins i am not getting very good results. camera is set to the most pictures per second i can and i pause as i walk holding position over important locations to note and i wont get a picture sometimes. it will be between frames or openspace process a vantage point that isnt what im looking for. openspace always captures the overall “BIG PICTURE” but for “LAYOUT” captures this isnt work very well. is there a way to have more capture points on the finished stiched together version i get as a finish product? because as is a user has big gaps in capture.
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