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Output of a PolyCam scan of 206 College Avenue visualized in Rhinoceros3D. Mesh (left) and Photogrammetry Texture (right).

Output of a PolyCam scan of 206 College Avenue visualized in Rhinoceros3D. Mesh (left) and Photogrammetry Texture (right).

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This paper introduces ScanR (Scan for Reuse), a composite method pairing quantitative and qualitative salvage and deconstruction surveying (S&D survey) with LiDAR and photogrammetry scanning in an effort to empower local municipalities and stakeholders in cataloging building materials prior to removal from site (in the case of either demolition or...

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... scanning, users should pan slowly around the spaces they are capturing and where possible stand at least 1.5 meters away from surfaces to be scanned. Once the survey is complete, the scan can be compiled locally on the iPad and exported as an object (.obj) file containing a mesh with an associated photogrammetry texture saved as a material (.mat) file, as shown in the scan of the case study building in Figure 5. Mesh (left) and Photogrammetry Texture (right). ...