I have developed a 3D scanner, this is a relatively fast scan of a big space.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHAK1L_AQig

The scanner works great. it Provides text files in X; Y; Z format

The only program I have succeeded to import this is Meshlab. Now trying to import to Blender via Meshlab in .ply format. Something gets imported but it appears as a sphere, I just can not find a way to get this right, any help would be appreciated.

Here are the files https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B7y_Hbr29sx8WFppMjhZUm5ZR1k .TXT directly from scanner and .PLY converted with Meshlab. both open ok on Meshlab, but not on Blender, see the Image.

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ply file imported. Scaled as indicated in image below.

  • I see now it was just misreadings around the sensor I was viewing originally. Must remove those. – Garug Garuson Mar 5 '16 at 6:34
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    Would there be a easy way to import X; Y; Z ASCII format directly without going trough Meshlab, Or maybe I should look into making the scanner to generate a PLY directly... – Garug Garuson Mar 5 '16 at 6:36

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