Posted Thu, 23 Jun 2022 13:17:37 GMT by Alexander Partsch
I would like to integrate NavVis IVION into my web application. We have a point cloud with the same building scanned multiple times in different construction phases. The scans are placed right over each other. I'm aware of setting a dataset invisible in the point cloud.

But what about panorama view? Or can I at least hide the waypoints in there?

Any tipps or suggestions welcome!
Posted Fri, 29 Jul 2022 05:58:18 GMT by Veit Streicher
Hi Alexander,
not sure if you already found the answer. For the panorama view you can hide or unhide particular panorama locations (req. Admin rights). The display of location markers can be disabled in general in the view settings.

Posted Mon, 01 Aug 2022 10:21:23 GMT by Alexander Partsch
Hi Veit,

Thank you for your reply, but I have a couple of questions here:

1. Since I'm trying to integrate the NavVis viewer into my web application, and would need to automatise the hiding and unhiding of panorama locations, can I do that via the frontend or backend API?
2. Can you send me a link to the documentation of where I can do that in the UI or via API?
3. Same for disabling waipoints.

Kind Regards,
Posted Thu, 25 Aug 2022 13:00:11 GMT by Laurin Gottschall
Hi Alex,&nbsp;<br> <br> Laurin from NavVis here, sorry for getting back to you just now. Let me answer your questions one by one:<br> &nbsp; <ol> <li>Yes, you may hide/unhide panoramic images via the ImageInterface which is available via our Frontend API:&nbsp;</li> <li>Please find the links here:&nbsp; We also have a good blog article around our API offerings:&nbsp;</li> <li>I have to pass on this one unfortunately. If you need further help with this please contact our Customer Support.</li> </ol> Best regards,&nbsp;<br> Laurin

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