Cintoo Cloud has integrated visual display modes in RGB, X-Ray, Height Map, Surface, and 2D
Panoramic that bring a new viewing experience and reveal a granular level of detail in your
Back face culling and occlusion management tools enable you to see through the walls, floors, or
ceilings without the need to clip the point cloud.
Use Cintoo Cloud to upload and download laser scans and CAD models. Organize scan data into
different work zones and create crops. Then export a single scan, crop, work zone, or whole data
set as a point cloud or unified mesh.
View your current projects and share them with an unlimited number of clients, suppliers, or team
members. Give different people access to certain projects or even specific work zones. Assign
different users with specific roles and permissions to manage what they are allowed to do within
Create different levels of access (owners/editors/visitors) for different types of project
collaborators based on your project requirement, or the user’s level of technological
complexity. You can control the access rights of each member of the project, and what areas of
the projects they can access. Assign members with different levels of permission - from full
access for your internal team, to restricted or, viewing only access for contractors or clients,
depending on what you want them to be able to do in the project.
Cintoo Cloud is a collaboration platform to manage, store, and share all your laser scan
You can assign a person or your entire team to work on a project.
All project members can share any project with other collaborators by inviting them to the
project as Team Members (login / password required) or by sending an URL to access the Shared
Viewer. The Shared Viewer provides a very easy navigation experience and can be embedded in a
A set of scans, work zones, or your full project can be downloaded from Cintoo Cloud and
reverse-transformed back into point clouds, either as a structured E57 file (keeping the
structure of the scan project with the vantage points, the depth maps, the panoramic images and
the point cloud), or as a unified RCP/RCS file. Unified Meshes can also be computed in the cloud
from crops (sections, rooms, equipment...) and downloaded from Cintoo Cloud in OBJ, FBX or STL
For Scan-to-BIM operations, Cintoo Cloud is the solution to distribute your scan data over the
cloud to whoever needs to access it.
Laser scans that are spread over the entire project can be organized in floors, regions, or
By assigning them to Work Zones and sub-Work Zones in Cintoo Cloud. Access to these Work Zones
can be managed for each Team Member separately. CAD and BIM model can also be uploaded in their
dedicated Work Zone(s), making it easier to display or to be selected for comparison and QA/QC.
Assigning scans to separate Work Zones makes it easier to download and distribute the scan data.
It allows to limit the size of the point cloud to be displayed in the desktop CAD software.
Advanced cropping features allow you to select the slices of scan data that will help for
modeling or to get 2D plans.
Cropping can be performed on the X, Y, or Z axes separately or cumulatively. Crops can be saved,
edited, and exported into either a Unified Mesh in OBJ, FBX or STL format or as a point cloud in
Unified RCP/RCS format for consumption in your favorite CAD software.
Point to point measurements can be performed with great accuracy in Cintoo Cloud, where our
unique Surface display mode allows you to pick the exact 3D points needed for those
Annotations can also be added, that are notes, private notes or issues. Those annotations can be
enriched with metadata such as text, photo, video, URL or PDF. Private notes and issues can be
assigned to Team Members.
Measurements and annotations can be exported in a PDF report. Issues can also be exported in BCF
(BIM Collaboration Format) file to be used in your favorite issue tracking platform.
BIM models can be uploaded from your disk to Cintoo Cloud in IFC format or pulled from Autodesk
BIM 360 Docs in as Revit, Navisworks, or IFC files.
If the scans and the BIM model are not in the same coordinate system, Cintoo Cloud provides an
alignment tool for this purpose.
Scans and BIM can then be visually compared to detect issues in a QA/QC process. Those issues can
be documented and exported as BCF files for virtual coordination and project review.
The same comparison tool can also be used to compare two sets of scans and monitor progress.
You can unify the high-resolution meshes coming from selected scans in a photo-textured 3D
mesh, leveraging the power of cloud computing. This Cintoo Unified Mesh can be created from up
to 100 scans with a user-defined mesh density, and exported in OBJ, FBX, or STL format. Ideal
desktop modeling and clash detection, Unified Meshes retain the original point cloud’s 3D
coordinate system, are smaller in size than the source point cloud, and remove the ambiguity of
identifying surfaces or objects from disconnected 3D points.
Translating laser point clouds to surfaces makes them ready to be displayed using Virtual Reality
devices. Cintoo’s technology creates added value for Virtual Reality projects by fast streaming
the 3D mesh at the highest possible resolution from each of the project’s scanning positions in
a WebGL browser. Mozilla Firefox is recommended for its WebVR performances.
VR users can use the RGB, Surface, and X-Ray display modes and also choose to stream a mix of
data and BIM content (with a choice to display them separately or together). They can also make
distance or point to point measurements. Cintoo Cloud VR is
compatible with both Oculus Rift/S and HTC Vive Pro VR equipment.
Cintoo Cloud tablet viewer (iOS, Android, Windows) enables your team to access high
resolution scans and BIM models in the field and add notes and photos or to make 3D