Start - Computer settings
Tutorial 1:
START - COMPUTER SETTINGS
Start - Image Import with Telemetry based Orientation
Tutorial 2:
START - IMAGE IMPORT WITH TELEMETRY AND GCP BASED ORIENTATION
Start - Image import witrh exif/gps based orientation
Tutorial 3:
START - IMAGE IMPORT WITH EXIF/GPS BASED ORIENTATION
Start - Image Import with GCP based orientation
Tutorial 4:
START - IMAGE IMPORT WITH GCP BASED ORIENTATION
3D model orientation with EXIF/GPS and Ground control points (GCP)
Tutorial 4.1:
ORIENTATION WITH EXIF/GPS AND GROUND CONTROL POINTS (GCP)
Volume calculation
Tutorial 5:
VOLUME CALCULATION
Digital orthophoto recalculation
Tutorial 6:
DIGITAL ORTHOPHOTO RECALCULATION
Volume calculation based on two surfaces
Tutorial 7:
VOLUME CALCULATION BASED ON TWO SURFACES
How to use Bounding Box
Tutorial 8:
HOW TO USE BOUNDING BOX
Point cloud editing tools
Tutorial 9:
POINT CLOUD EDITING TOOLS
Camera settings
Tutorial 10:
CAMERA SETTINGS
Waypoint flying DJI
Tutorial 11:
WAYPOINT FLYING DJI
Ground control targets setup
Tutorial 12:
GROUND CONTROL TARGETS SETUP
Profile tools
Tutorial 13:
PROFILE TOOLS
DOF merge
Tutorial 14:
DOF MERGE
Unknown camera parameters
Tutorial 15:
UNKNOWN CAMERA PARAMETERS
Contour lines
Tutorial 16:
CONTOUR LINES
Point Cloud Classification
Tutorial 17:
POINT CLOUD CLASSIFICATION
3D Measurements
Tutorial 18:
3D MEASUREMENTS
How to geotag images
Tutorial 19:
HOW TO GEOTAG IMAGES IN MISSION PLANNER

Tutorial 8:
HOW TO USE BOUNDING BOX

Welcome to 3Dsurvey tutorials.

We’re going to show you the functionality of the Bounding Box.

It’s a useful tool for two reasons.

First; move sections freely left, right, up or down and the tool lets you easily inspect the data inside the box whilst ignoring everything outside your box selection.

Second, sliding 2 opposite Bounding Box panes together gives you a 3D profile of the surface model. To move through the 3D model press CTRL and left- click the Bounding Box pane and you’ll be able to slide it in any direction and explore all the sections on the fly. Turning on the Heightmap displays the height differences even more clearly.

Use Bounding box in either point cloud tab or DSM tab.

It is possible to inspect the differences between several point clouds or surfaces, of course. For example, loading two point clouds from the same area but measured at a different time and using Bounding Box will clearly show the difference. Apply different colours to surfaces for even more impressive results.

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