MATTERPORT DIGITAL TWINS
BRINGING YOUR PHYSICAL SPACES TO THE DIGITAL WORLD
BASIC MATTERPORT DIGITAL TWINS
Everything starts with the basic Matterport Digital Twin, this provides the foundation for all applications and is in itself an impressive and useful medium for representing your space online.
If you've already got a basic Matterport Digital Twin, then great we can work with that. If not we're going to have to capture your space. Here's how we do that:
- We'll set up an initial 1 hour consultation to establish your requirements, timescales and other project parameters.
- We'll produce a detailed proposal and project scope document.
- We'll conduct a physical or virtual site survey and build a scanning plan
- We'll visit your space with our state of the art equipment to capture the 3d data and high resolution imagery.
- We'll process your data to build the digital twin.
- We'll add any media you've requested to your digital twin.
- We'll hold a 1 hour review session to review the digital twin, establish any changes required to the model or data and rescan where necessary.
- We'll hold final 1 hour session to review the revised digital twin, sign off the project deliverables against the initial project requirements and conduct "lessons learned".
Once we've completed all of the above you'll have a basic Matterport Digital twin like the one below.
ENHANCED MATTERPORT DIGITAL TWINS
We've always innovated, that's why we were one of Matterport's first development partners. We pride ourselves on being able to deliver anything you can imagine a Matterport Digital Twin becoming.
We've provided enhanced Matterport Digital Twins across industry and they've proved to be a particularly useful and cost effective tool in:
- Asset Management
- Building Management
- Historic Building Preservation
The Matterport Digital Twin below is one of our favourite enhancements due to it's simplicity. It's one of of a series of Matterport Digital Twins we've created with our partner in Switzerland IB Advantage for the International Olympic Committee to maintain their temporary exibitions at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne long after the physical artefacts have been removed. If you prefer "en Francais" click here. Apologies for having to consent to cookies again!!!!