All mapping and graphics are made and shown in 3D in Topocad, through a camera centric view or an object-centric view. Topocad provides data in both orthographic and perspective view in 2D and 3D. It is also possible to have many views open at once and still be able to work on the commands at the same time.
All our references that has a three-dimensional data can be viewed in 3D (in Topocad). This applies to AutoCAD, DXF and DWG, MicroStation DGN, coordinate files, ESRI shape and Topocad own format called “TOP” (drawings/maps), terrain models and point clouds.
The older 3D view-management is left in Topocad and it can be combined with current 3D-view. The 3D view is very practical to use when you want to look at individual objects since it supports colors in a different way, especially for terrain models and draped terrain models.
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