Example data files: Integrating GigaPan Panoramas and Lidar
by RCRL at the Bureau of Economic Geology


Point clouds with RGB color

LAS

  XYZ and RGB  
  Points: 2,289,336  
  File size 59,522,963 bytes  
ASCII

  XYZ and RGB  
  Points: 2,289,336  
  File size 70,661,336 bytes  
VRML

  XYZ and RGB  
  Points: 2,289,336  
  File size 26,332,517 bytes  


Surface and GigaPan Texture

PLY

  Surface and RGB texture  
  Vertices: 2,221,211  
  Facets : 4,132,048  
  File size 209,087,445 bytes  
VRML

  Surface and RGB texture  
  Vertices: 2,221,211  
  Facets : 4,132,048  
  File size 190,442,224 bytes  


  Point Cloud  


  Wireframe  


  Surface Wireframe  


  Surface  


  Texture  


  Texture Wireframe  


Texture Maps
101.jpg

  Texture  
  Dimensions 8192 by 8192 pixels  
  File size 9,333,407 bytes  
102.jpg

  Texture  
  Dimensions 8192 by 8192 pixels  
  File size 9,322,993 bytes  
103.jpg

  Texture  
  Dimensions 3320 by 8192 pixels  
  File size 3,836,789 bytes  
104.jpg

  Texture  
  Dimensions 8192 by 7256 pixels  
  File size 5,504,974 bytes  
105.jpg

  Texture  
  Dimensions 8192 by 7256 pixels  
  File size 5,287,034 bytes  
106.jpg

  Texture  
  Dimensions 3319 by 7256 pixels  
  File size 2,109,565 bytes  


Data acquisition of Austin Texas Roadcut by Joseph El-Azzi
Research by Joseph El-Azzi and Reuben Reyes
Visualization and Programming by Reuben Reyes


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Cortona

 Blaxxum
3D Viewer

 Cosmo
Player

 Octaga
Player

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