ChronoPoints | New Point Cloud Viewer Feature
ChronoPoints is an initiative of UCF’s Institute for Simulation and Training to digitally documenting mid-century structures and artifacts.
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New Point Cloud Viewer Feature

ChronoPoints team member, Rob Michlowitz, has located software from potree.org that will enable you to view and manipulate our laser scans!

At the left of the viewer, there are a number of tools that will enable you to enhance the point cloud based on your computer’s performance.

The McKinney House in La Mesa is the first example – more to follow.

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