Today, traditional 3D modeling systems are used in project development processes. Large model files require a lot of storage space and make it difficult to work.
With the "Point Cloud Modeling" technology we use as CODO Architecture, a method that creates the surfaces, spatial volumes and facades in the three-dimensional coordinate system is followed. In this system, the data collect the reference points of the surrounding surfaces with a laser distance measuring device. Thus, a three-dimensional model is created. Since referenced points are used when creating scans, file sizes are reduced and porous, relatively transparent models are created.
With the survey studies carried out with "Point Cloud Modeling", especially in old buildings, where it is almost impossible to take measurements, work becomes easier and faster.