Whether you work in architecture, engineering, or construction, you’ll be able to streamline documentation, 3D scan as-builts, and collaborate with ease. With Matterport’s 3D photography platform, you can also reduce costs and help save the most precious commodity: your time.
Matterport’s 3D data platform is the most powerful, accurate, and quickest way to document a building or property. With a compatible camera, you can capture anything from small to large spaces — both inside and outside — with the highest level of detail. Design and construction with 3D photography technology becomes infinitely easier.
Capturing As-Built Construction
Matterport’s 3D data platform automatically stitches all your data together and lets you export your data easily, saving significant amounts of manual work and time.
- Create 3D walk-throughs and virtually take anyone immediately to a site or location.
- Generate OBJ files and point clouds for as-builts and construction documentation.
- Export your point cloud into ReCap® or Revit®
- Perform remote inspections, measure while offsite, and reduce site visits by capturing all data the first time.
- Communicate key milestones quickly and effectively by eliminating travel time and by sharing and annotating in the model to get sign offs.
Capturing As-Built Construction Cont.
- Replace thousands of photos by capturing all imagery and data at once, and save time by eliminating the need to document, arrange, and label photos.
- Get reflected ceiling plan images and schematic floor plans.
- Eliminate registration markers or manual alignment.
- Have scans automatically registered and stitched into a textured mesh in hours.
- Capture spaces that are accurate within 1% using a Matterport Pro2 camera
Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Incorporating Matterport into your BIM process can help reduce virtual design and construction costs and help you win more bids.
- Easily share and render within Revit® and other BIM tools.
- Scan tight areas 10 — 15 times faster than with a typical LIDAR scanner.
- Overlay your point cloud onto your BIM model to conduct verification.
- Take measurements in difficult to access areas such as pipes, trusses, and ceiling beams.