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Comparison function in Version 5 of the software

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HP 3D Scan Pro v5.1
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

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Hey Guys, 

 

I use the comparing function to find the height difference from a reference model and a test model. 

 

I have a model without a snow accumulation surface. Then I "let it snow" on my object model and scan again. I would like to compare then the height difference. I dont understand the color scale indicating the heights. 

 

The violette has no different color scale (depths) If i add reference point I can see it gives me the height of the point at the model. But you cant see that with the color scale. Its all violette. The the violette area is the snow accumulation around my buildings. And I would like to see that in a color scale to see the depths of the snow on the ground. 

 

How can I under stand the scale? And what is the tolerance doing? 

 

And last. Is there a way I can export the x,y,z coordinates of the points? So I have the raw data which creates the measured difference of A and B? 

 

Kind regards 

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