CamToPlan - AR measurement / tape measure

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About this app

Measure anything with CamToPlan! Horizontally and vertically! Length, distance, area of any surface… Measure everything with this virtual ruler and tape measure thanks to augmented reality and ARCore.

Measuring a length is now easier than with a laser meter or any other measure tool. You draw your measurement lines in 3D thanks to the camera directly on the video of your phone or tablet. You export your plans in PNG or DXF. CamToPlan is the AR measuring app that brings your measures from cam…to…plan !

For personal or professional use, always measure like a pro. Thanks to Virtual Reality (VR), you can measure floors, dimensions of walls, windows, doors or a whole home in a few seconds. No more tape measure or ruler needed!

This app has infinite applications for everybody:
- Personal use: the length measure app for the handyman who loves DIY !
- Real estate professionals (real estate agent, interior design decorator or designer, architect, topographer, energy adviser...): this app will help you make a floorplan of a house, apartment, a specific room of a flat.
- Construction workers can use it to quickly measure jobs : concreter, tile layer, carpet fitter, painter, drywall guy, plasterer, builder, carpenter, electrician, plumber, slater...
- For gardener, landscaper, swimming pool builders and maintenance, digger, earth-moving, navvy: this app also works outside
- Cost estimation professionals: this length measure app can make pricing estimates, it will be a great assistant for quantity surveyor, price studies technician, economist…
- Building industry: foreman, site manager or engineer can drop their tape measure and ruler to perform a quick measurement check

How does this measuring app work?
It relies on ARCore by Google. Machine learning algorithms combine the device sensors data (accelerometer, gyroscope…) with odometry which analyses in real time the video of the camera and relies on visual details of images, in order to scan the environment and find the position and rotation angle of the device.

Please note:
- you can measure in metric (meters, centimeters) or imperial units (feet, inches)
- the app measures distances horizontally (= on the ground) and vertically!
- no need to remove the furniture from the room for measurements. The application determines the intersection between the floor and the target, even if it is hidden.
- The application may have difficulty with some types of tiles. The accuracy is not guaranteed.
- you can move while performing measurements to get closer to your target point, for maximum precision, even if it is not visible and calculated by extrapolation.

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Apr 27, 2022

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70K reviews
Alexander Christiansen
June 3, 2022
This is a really cool app and it's obviously well made, but the frequency of ads and subscription offers (usually one right after the other) EVERY TIME you change pages/interfaces feels like being bullied into buying the app. It's really jarring and I get that you gotta make money somehow, but please consider displaying fewer subscription offers at least. One at launch makes sense, but I've never seen an app show one after every little operation.
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Ken Kilmurray
April 30, 2022
Might be useful for a quick wag but it's not accurate enough to say, measure a room for furniture. It needs some way to calibrate. Standing in place in a room and scanning a wall, its +/- 6 inches over a 10 ft span. A little better if I treat it like a real tape measure and walk from point to point and take a close up where I set the pins.
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A Google user
August 13, 2019
Nice idea, doesn't actually work. God, I wish it did. but i went to one of the smallest, most simple rooms in my house and the app made a total mismash out if it. Was also very difficult to connect lines to create actual geometry property. I get the feeling the tracker would work okay if my phone could float by itself, rotating in a single point in space, but because its more or less impossible to simulate that using human hands, it doesn't really understand what it's looking at. Sigh.
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