How to visualize the 3D model in Pix4Dinspect

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The 3D view loads and renders the 3D Model of a project to allow the inspection of its reconstructed model.

3D Models make use of LoD (Level-of-Detail) for fast and efficient loading in web browsers. It is possible to change the visualization settings, the size and number of points of the 3D Model.

  1. Ensure to be in the 3D view.
  2. Click Pix4D settings button: the following settings can be changed:
  • Background color: color in the 3D background.
  • Millions of points: points shown in the 3D view.
  • Show labels: labels on distance and area measurements can be activated or deactivated.

The rendering can rely on an adaptive or a fixed point size mode.

  • Adaptive: the size of the points reflects the LoD level (not the precision) that is being displayed. This can create disparities among the points where some appear larger than others.
  • Fixed: the size of the points does not adapt to the LoD being displayed. This mode can favor a better rendering in particular situations, especially those where models contain thin structures.

To change the point size mode:

  1. On the Layers tab of the left side navigation bar, select the 3D Model layer.
  2. On the right, the 3D Model details panel opens. Select Fixed or Adaptive as Point size mode.

To change the point size:

  1. On the Layers tab of the left side navigation bar, select the 3D Model layer.
  2. On the right, the 3D Model details panel opens. Select the size of the points for the selected Point size mode.

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