What Other Programs and Partners Work With Matterport?

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Matterport has established itself as the easiest way to create and share stunning digital twins of the built world. But the journey doesn’t stop with the reality capture. Matterport believes in the power of collaboration to bridge the gap between the physical and digital worlds and so have allowed other companies to use their platform to further innovate. Whilst simply creating a virtual tour is enough for many users, there is so much more functionality within the system that opens up a world of possibilities to Matterport users after they have captured a space. To help guide our customers through the downloadable assets, we created a guide that you can read here, but this article is about all the different third-party software, plug-ins and deliverables that you can utilise to take your digital twins to the next level. And with the Matterport Software Developer Kit being readily available, it’s amazing how regularly new innovations appear that integrate with Matterport’s data. And who knows what to come - if you’re a developer reading this, now is the time for you to use Matterport’s SDK and create the next built world innovation!

Autodesk

The OGs of Computer Aided Design have integrated their Autodesk cloud with Matterport to incorporate their powerful suite of features. The Autodesk Construction Cloud and Matterport integration enables construction teams to work more collaboratively and efficiently at every stage of a project. Delivering a clear look at job sites, digital twins allow teams to identify potential issues earlier and make well-informed decisions throughout.

Users can create, view, and collaborate on Issues directly within a Matterport digital twin of their project, or generate specific file types (.rvt, .ifc, .dwg, .xyz) from their model to share with stakeholders. Essentially, processes are streamlined, sharing is easier and communication is seamless between teams on a construction site, with one unified interface, backed up by the field data collected through Matterport.


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