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How to load the 3D point cloud of Undet
To effectively load 3D point clouds in Undet for Revit, understanding key concepts like creating RCP files and differentiating between RCP density levels is crucial.
This guide will walk you through the process of loading a 3D Point Cloud using Undet for Revit.
- When setting up an Undet Point Cloud project in the Undet Indexer, ensure to choose ‘Create an RCP file.’
2. After loading the Undet point cloud, open the corresponding RCP file using the ‘Slice Manager.’
NOTE. If you didn’t create the RCP file during the initial setup in the Undet Indexer, you can generate it within the ‘Slice Manager,’ keeping in mind that this may take some time.
TIP: After the initial creation, opening the RCP file for subsequent times is quick and instant. The initial setup takes some time, but once the file is generated, you won’t experience delays when accessing it later.
3D Point Cloud density
In the realm of creating point cloud projects using Undet Indexer, the density of the generated RCP file is intricately linked to the project type chosen. For vast outdoor settings, it’s smart to use fewer data points to save computer power while still getting the main features. But for indoor projects with more details, using more data points is better for accuracy. This deliberate density choice becomes paramount as it directly shapes the level of precision and computational efficiency in the resulting RCP file.