60 Second Surface Analysis – Missing Data Fill


3D texture data can look like a solid, continuous surface. But in reality, there’s space between the measured pixels, and some of those pixels may not have been measured at all.

Missing Data Fill is a pre-processing step that bridges those bad pixels, making data easier to interpret. But sometimes looking at the Raw data, before data fill, can be instructive as well.

In this 60-Second Surface Analysis video we look at how Missing Data Fill can smooth out missing pixels surface data. We also look at how you can use the Raw data view to check whether that missing data is a concern, or not.