WGAN-TV How to (Easily) Add LitraTorch 20 Lighting to a Matterport Pro2 3D Camera-#1656-How Important Are The Light Conditions

Obviously this is somebody’s dream burned to the– – Let me go to the front door real quick. Go to the door, and we can see that you’ve got some light coming in here. There’s some light coming in here.…

WGAN-TV How to (Easily) Add LitraTorch 20 Lighting to a Matterport Pro2 3D Camera-#1656-How Important Are The Light Conditions

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Obviously this is somebody’s dream burned to the–

– Let me go to the front door real quick. Go to the door, and we can see that you’ve got some light coming in here. There’s some light coming in here. But as you look down the hall, you can see that it goes darker and darker and darker, but the only light that’s going into the house right now, is what’s coming into the door, through the window. We needed to show the details.

So now as we walk in, I want you to see how the light goes, it’s not, it’s still dark off in, further down the road, because about 20 feet or so, the light starts to fall off, but when you go into the spots that we’re lighting up, look at the detail in here.

And what was really huge for me was I wanted it to be able to shine a light on any property, and not only tell a story, but give some great detail both above and below, and side-to-side.

But you know, the other thing I wanted to do was not have these partial seams that you see on some of these LED things, where you could tell that it’s a 360, and you have overlapping scans. I didn’t want people to be bothered and stop and hesitate, because the lighting was just inadequate. So as you can see–

– Tony, excuse me, let me just, Tony, let me pause you right there, and then correct, if I’m wrong, but when I look at this, what I see is, this vertical is insurance, fire, flood damage, where there’s no lighting or excuse me, low lighting, right there, if you stop there just for a second, because unfortunately my wife and I, excuse me, if you can all bear with me.

– I’m going to put my mask on.

– My wife and I have experienced three different floods in our house, so we’ve seen all the insurance adjusters come through the house, the general contractor, the remediation process, the renovation, the restoration process, and certainly when that estimator has come in to estimate for insurance purposes, they actually need to see, okay, you know, what’s the molding down at the floor between the wall and the floor, and the crown molding between the top of the wall, and connecting to the ceiling and to see the level of detail that you’re capturing, may mean that the homeowner actually gets more money from the–

– Absolutely. Anybody that photographs residential real estate enough, understands that the better the trim, the better the make of that, or the home, the more cost per square foot it’s going to be. So, yeah, essentially, that’s what we’re trying to show for people in a nutshell, and what was beautiful.

– For those of us that are like Matterport Service Providers, we’re just shooting residential. This vertical is so important what Tony is illustrating with the lighting solution that he’s come up with with Litra, is the level of documentation is so good, that it will help the estimator put together all the different layers and textures of, okay, it’s not just that there’s a wall, but there’s insulation behind the wall, there’s something else that was behind the wall.

And all those things add up to money and the insurance company is perfectly fine paying the adjustment, they just need to have the documentation and proof, that actually justifies the amount that’s being submitted.

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