Yeah that is a great question.Can’t imagine how much data that would use up.
you plan to wal a grid to cover the whole area of that 9 acres? I just for fun walked outside scanning my path, low res scan:
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The result is a 21MB USDZ file. It takes about 40 seconds to create the file on an 11” iPad Pro 2020. Plus walking time. I could imagine if you walk a grid you can produce roughly 5 m wide and -max. length needs to be determined- bands which you could combine in a 3D program like e.g. Blender. But I don’t think it is actually feasible (mainly total time, and things like missing elavation data, etc.).
Clips has some integrated function called AR Spaces. But the iPads, at least the Pros ?, do not come with an additional app with that name.IPad has one built in called AR Spaces
The free 3d Scanner app.What app were you using here?
That is probably the best idea. Will look into that.The free 3d Scanner app.
In the meantime I additionally tried to combine a few Scans in Apple‘s RealityComposer on an iPad Pro 2020 - sadly the app just shuts down when trying to load USDZ files like the one above. I didn’t have time to check wether RealityComposer on MacOS loads these files (and I didn’t check wether other file types like .OBJ work better).
Additionally I discovered that, while the USDZ file is just about 21MB, the 3d scanner app produces additional data of about 170Mb.
Scanning the surface area equivalent of 9 acres with an iPad Pro seems to be… let’s say: ambitious ?… you have to have at least some time ?… it‘s probably easier, cheaper - and slightly faster ? - to buy or get satellite imaging data for the area as well as GIS data to create a model. If this is what the OP wants to do?