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3D model reconstructed from a series of photos has holes in it. How to fix it?

A - answer The process of repairing holes in a 3D model generated from a series of photographs in Autodesk ReCap Photo (part of ReCap Pro and AEC Collection) is illustrated in the following video from the CAD Studio's YouTube channel.

Holes and other imperfections in a 3D models are usually caused by inadequate overlapping of individual photo views from different directions - the algorithm then cannot recreate the resulting object shape in a given location.

ReCap Photo offers a series of tools for repairing and cleaning the scanned 3D model of existing conditions, before it is exported to your CAD or BIM software.

ReCapReCap Photo
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See also:
Tip 12938:How to convert a point cloud to a textured 3D model?
Tip 12296:Loading a point cloud from a series of photos to Revit.
Tip 12233:How to compare two 3D mesh models and find differences/changes?
Tip 9250:How to upload entire folders to the cloud Autodesk 360?
Tip 8241:An overview of web addresses (URLs) for Autodesk Cloud services and apps.

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