Hi, i’m trying to project a panorama image on a point cloud i Sequoia but the result is very bad. The point-alignment tool doesn’t positioning the image
particularly good and now I’m trying to adjust the projection manually by rotating/translating the view and changes the UV-offset parameters but it’s takes very long time to get it good. I wonder if my projcetion picture perhaps is in wrong format. I created it in PTgui as a cylidrical image from 4 images, that was rotated 90 degrees for ecah shoot with a 180-fish eye lense:
As you can see I can rotate the image projection for the building in the background but then the projection becomes wrong for the building to the left.
What kind of images are proposed for this type of projections? Spherical or Cylindrical? 360 degree Fov or 180 degree Fov ? How do I know how much I should change the UV-offset and UV-scales? Do I have to take the photographs from the exact same position as the laser scanner was placed?