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Feature Extraction block

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Using this block, you will be able to change the density of your point cloud data.

C:\Users\TerraModus\Desktop\4 pataisytas.png4 pataisytas

Opens automatic feature extraction settings
Extracts a corner line between point cloud planes, by selecting click1 and click2
C:\Users\TerraModus\Desktop\5 pataisytas.png5 pataisytas Mesh Edit allows you to manage and edit created mesh

Automatic feature extraction settings

Step size value should be 3-5x bigger than point cloud density (distance between neighboring points).

A Bigger step means, a bigger distance between point cloud points for plane extraction. By selecting a bigger value, you will be able to extract large planes (for example: walls, columns, roof plane windows frames)

A Smaller step means, a smaller distance between point cloud points for plane extraction. By selecting a small value, you will be able to extract smaller planes (for example: windows frames, door frames)

Resets step size to default
Curvature Tolerance. If the surface is bumpy or curvy by increasing tolerance you will be able to create a detailed mesh and capture small bumps and curves.
Keep Vertical means that the extracted plane will stay in the vertical position.
– Select initial point location to extract plane
– Extracted plane scale function
– Extracted plane rotate function
– Extracted plane press&pull function
– Finds and creates surface mesh according to extracted plane or full extent of the Clipping Box

Example: Plane Recognition settings

Well recognized plane (Step size 0.04 m) Badly recognized plane (Step size 0.06 m)

Example: Surface creation with small step size

(Step size 0.34 m)

(Step size 0.34 m)

Detailed ground mesh created until first bigger bump Detailed ground mesh created in all areas

Example: Surface creation with bigger step size. A Bigger step means a more decimated mesh without small bumps and curves.

(Step size 1.34 m)

(Step size 1.34 m) increased “Curve Tolerance”

Detailed ground mesh created until first bigger bump Detailed ground mesh created in all areas
A ground surface mesh can be created from an unclassfied point cloud

Meshing

C:\Users\TerraModus\Desktop\7 close hole.png7 close hole Using this function, you will be able to close mesh hole while in 3D wireframe mode.
C:\Users\TerraModus\Desktop\8 erase faces.png8 erase faces Using this function, you will be able to select and delete mesh faces from whole mesh.
C:\Users\TerraModus\Desktop\9 slice imprint.png9 slice imprint Using this function, you will be able to slice mesh geometry defined by selected object.
C:\Users\TerraModus\Desktop\10 decimate.png10 decimate Using this function, you will be able to reduce mesh faces count by entering reduction percentage value.

Mesh Slice Imprint functionality:

1. Projection plane selection

Select projection plane from WCS (world coordinate system) or UCS (user coordinate system).

  1. Action type selection

Select mesh action type:

Imprint-

Slice- will divide selected mesh to separate meshes defined by selected drawn object.

Projection- will generate projection line on top of mesh surface defined by selected drawn object.

projection And slice- will generate projection line on top of mesh surface defined by selected drawn object and will divide selected mesh to separate meshes defined by selected drawn object.

  1. Mesh selection

Select mesh to which actions will be applied.

  1. Object selection

Select drawn object which will define previously

Example: Mesh decimation

Site mesh with all faces (100%) (face count: 200414) Site mesh with decimated faces (5%) (face count: 10020)
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Example: Mesh face erase

Select faces which needs to be deleted by drawing polygon All faces that was selected by defined polygon was deleted
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Example: Mesh hole close

Locate hole in mesh and specify edge Automatically interpolated and closed hole
C:\_DARBAI\Video\ares commander ucs\hole.pnghole C:\_DARBAI\Video\ares commander ucs\hole2.pnghole2
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