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A detailed account on how to index raw scanned data in Revit
I have written a number of blogs on point cloud modeling but have never clearly described the indexing process, wherein raw scanned data is transformed into feasible file formats, which can be leveraged by AEC professionals for developing exceptional models.
The correct technical term for laser scanned information is ‘point cloud data’ which is captured by laser beams when they are directed towards a specific direction of a building.
So before I describe indexing process one thing is clear that raw scanned data cannot be linked in Revit until and unless it is converted into right file formats.
Process of indexing raw scanned data in Revit
So if the above mentioned procedure is effectively implemented by Revit users they can successfully index raw scanned data.