3d CAD OBJ File Matterport combines 3D depth data with 2D visual data to create a textured 3D mesh that is the OBJ file. We sample the OBJ file to create the Dollhouse View in 3D Showcase. An OBJ file is not necessary for most users. 3D developers and VR enthusiasts can use the OBJ file to kickstart their projects with a 3D model of a real-world place. To open we recommend Maya, 3D Studio Max, or Meshlab. For Maya, you may need to convert the OBJ into an FBX file. If you prefer SketchUp you will need a plug-in to import OBJ objects. Our OBJ files have a scale of 1 unit = 1 meter. Your may need to update the scale in your 3D software to choose a different scale or scaling the model after loading. Download a sample. Point Clouds For architecture, engineering, and construction customers. Learn more. Open in Recap, Revit, or AutoCAD and jump-start your as-built designs. Fully automatic point cloud registration of all sweeps (setups). Colorized based on the 360º panorama imagery and accurate to within 1% of reality. Download a sample. High Resolution Floor Plan Image For architecture, engineering, and construction customers. Learn more. Get a quick top-down view of the job site and everything inside it. Use in AutoCAD as a tracing element. Open in 3ds Max, Maya, or other 3D software. The floorplan is just a unique, orthogonal view of the 3D mesh. Make your own views/slices of the 3D mesh by manipulating the OBJ file yourself. Download a sample. Reflected Ceiling Plan Image For architecture, engineering, and construction customers. Learn more. Same as the high resolution floor plans, but a quick vertical view of everything on the ceiling. See ventilation shafts, wiring, plumbing, insulation, and more. Download a sample.