Hi Ryan, Blue-Sketch is providing floor plans from Cupix tours and working with individual Cupix photographers for best practices to get floor plans created for your tours. We currently do not put measurements in the floor plans as default just because there's no affirmative way to verify the accuracy (afaik yet). However I'd be happy to test measurements with you if you've got a tour that you think has a tight mesh and you've given it the correct measurement.
You can place an order by sharing your tour with email@example.com and by sending an email to the same address. Under the test period we charge $25 per floor plan. Looking forward to hearing from you.
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Thanks for writing in. Unfortunately, we don't offer a 2D floor plan. We provide a polyline to show a basic shape of a floor plan. We are aware of that the floor plan is very important in our service and working on it to find the most efficient workflow for users. The floor plan option will be available soon in our next update. In the meantime, you can refer to the polyline to create a floor plan or use other floor plan service.
Here's an example of what a Cupix Tour provides: polyline and first person are shown. Since the polyline is automatically calculated the 3D mesh does not need to be used for floor plan creation. The Cupix tour is all that is needed to create a floor plan.
Below is an example what someone (you included) can create from a Cupix Tour: this type of result you can be generated after a few minutes of a skilled users time. As you can see the floor plan can be traced from the polyline from the Cupix tour, and details can be verified from the 1st person view. And, If a reference dimension is known or taken then the entire floor plan can be scaled and measurements and dimensions can be added to the floor plan.
this is what I have been trying to find out all weekend. At last an answer. I need many more points in the building before I can use Cupix then.
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