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Why do we treat laser scans as fixed objects?
Does alignment of dense clouds and laser scans have to be fully manual?
What do you need to do before automatic alignment?
What is required for the most accurate dense cloud to laser scan alignment?
When attempting to match a dense cloud to a laser scan what minimum quality in “points per image” and “mean reprojection error” should we expect?
When would we reconsider the data set is unviable and reshoot?
Why do we use a bounding box before dense cloud generation?
Why do you not need to build a mesh before aligning with a laser scan?
How precise do GCPs added to dense clouds need to be?
When placing GCP what is a sensible method to ease the following workflow?
What is the minimum number of GCP required for alignment?
Can you edit the GCP once the alignment has been started?
Why is it important to review the histogram and bell curve of point distribution after cloud alignment?
When we structure and align the laser scan with the dense cloud, what is the advantage?