docma PIX

Progress via Image Management

Digital, not analogue

Integrate 360 degree images

with just one click. For your all-round view.

Because you often know what will be important at the time of recording, you can use docma PIX to manage real 360 degree images. The advantage is obvious: The entire construction site is recorded in detail with a single photo and can be reconstructed retrospectively more easily. Detailed photos can be easily dragged and dropped into the 360 degree scene and can then be provided with a PIN number.

That is how to capture images today.

Keep track of things.

This is what a 360 degree photo looks like, saved as a regular JPG file. Without special software, this is typically the “processing” that you get.

360 degree pictures

And this is what it looks like in docma PIX

Drag the image and change perspective

In docma PIX you can use the same image as a real 360 degree environment. Just drag the image with the mouse to change your perspective. Use the mouse wheel to zoom in or out of the scene.

  • Change perspective by dragging with the mouse
  • Zoom in and zoom out using the mouse wheel
  • Drag and drop detailed photos into the scene

Our practical tip

For the best all-round view – the Samsung 360 Degree Gear Camera.

2 lenses with 15 megapixel resolution ensure you get a seamless all-round view.

Photo or video – with the 360 degree gear, it’s no problem either way.

Technical details:

+ WIFI
+ USB
+ Bluetooth

With a single click

Available to everyone

Also simply on-the-go.

  1. Step: Take a picture with a 360-degree camera.
  2. Step: Activate Bluetooth – Smartphone Camera or just upload from an SD card to a selected workplace folder.
  3. Step: From Gallery View in your Smartphone or folder – Upload the image to docma PIX.
  4. Step: Index images, place them as a 360-degree image and add pins.
  5. Step: Your 360-degree images are now available to all project participants.

With a single click

Available to everyone

Also simply on-the-go.

  1. Step: Take a picture with a 360-degree camera.
  2. Step: Activate Bluetooth – Smartphone Camera or just upload from an SD card to a selected workplace folder.
  3. Step: From Gallery View in your Smartphone or folder – Upload the image to docma PIX.
  4. Step: Index images, place them as a 360-degree image and add pins.
  5. Step: Your 360-degree images are now available to all project participants.

Try it out...

... and change your perspective!

... and change your perspective!

Try it out...

... and change your perspective!