How do I scan hotel spaces where the rooms / floors are NOT connected?
This is a problem not just with hotel spaces but also restaurants, venues and facilities where the client wants rooms scanning on multiple floors.
Example 1: Bar / Restaurant
Public bar downstairs on ground floor and dining room not on first floor but second floor. I can scan the public areas and dining room but they do not want to represent the kitchens / stores / beer keg room / toilets. So I can scan the gound floor ok but when I scan the 2nd floor dining area, how will the 3D model replicate this?
Example 2: Student Accommodation block
Ground floor reception area with lounge room / games room / cinema and laundry will scan fine and look great. But the 3 rooms they have vacant and want to use as examples are up on the 4th and 5th floors and not adjacent to each other.
Is there any way of making some sort of compromise here with these examples or is it an impossible challenge for Matterport? I'm asking because I'm up against regular static DSLR 360 photographers that can replicate this sort of challenge easily. If there isn't a fix then we could certainly use one.
Any advice from anyone please?