Adding 360° images to your field markups

  • Adding 360° images to your field markups

    Posted by Troy DeGroot on February 19, 2021 at 6:18 pm

    Here is an older blog post I did to show how you can add 360° images to your field comments.

    Bluebeam Revu – 360-Degree Photos

    David Cutler replied 2 weeks, 3 days ago 4 Members · 7 Replies
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  • David Cutler

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    Is anyone out there in the Brainery community using 360 cameras for documentation?

    • Vince

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      @David Cutler I’m supposed to be having a look at a setup for someone soon!

  • David Cutler

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    Looking forward to a full report @Vince

    After that we will have to get @Doug McLean to figure out how to apply the #revunitroskit to the data you collect…

    • Doug McLean

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      Not really sure that’s going to be possible with image data.

      Although, Excel is releasing a new feature soon where you can import image data into a cell.

      • David Cutler

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        I’m not either @Doug McLean , but if anyone can figure something out it will be you!

        • Doug McLean

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          well I can definitely get an image report and then twist the data to whatever is needed.
          Pulling data from that image in itself will be up to Microsoft and what all they allow to be read in the metadata

          • David Cutler

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            It’s all part of the matrix….😎