Modeling an Irregular Features – Comparing Modeled Objects to Original Points

In this series, columns in a deteriorating colonnade will be modeled by several methods.
Hint: You can click on any image to see a larger version.

 

CLOUDWORX

Comparing Modeled Objects to Original Points in this example

(analyzed at .005 m (.5 cm) / average distance of deviation/ absolute value)

I. CloudWorx – three section cuts in the x or y direction – lofted in the z (up) direction to create 3D solid column:

· 7% of the mesh faces (ie: 484 of 6,914) were above .5 cm deviation from point cloud

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CLOUDWORX 2

II. Cloudworx – 1 section cut in the z direction (representing 1/2 the column from outside edge to center) – revolved around center axis to create 3D solid column

· 43% of the mesh faces (ie: 6,055 of 14,160) were above the .5 cm deviation from point cloud

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CYCLONE

III. Cyclone – Mesh created in Cyclone from point cloud

· < 1% of the mesh faces (ie: 977 of 334,133) were above the .5 cm deviation from point cloud

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