You’ve signed up for a free account on Construkted Reality and want to explore its features. This article provides a high-level overview of the platform, including links to additional help materials.

Main Aspects of the Platform

Construkted Reality revolves around three main components:

  1. Assets
  2. Projects
  3. Construkted Globe


Assets are the 3D models you upload to the platform. They include:

  • 3D Data: The core model.
  • Inspection Images: Any images used for inspection purposes.
  • Georeference Information: Location data associated with the model.


Projects are containers for project-specific data. They can include:

  • Assets: One or multiple assets.
  • Annotations: Notes, lines, polygons, and embedded images.
  • Measurements: Point, linear, area, and volume measurements.
  • Clipping Features: Clipping boxes and planes.
  • Team Members: Invite others to collaborate.
  • Messaging: Comments on annotations, measurements, and general project discussions.

To display and share a 3D model, interact only with Assets. To add additional data to an asset, create a Project. This approach keeps the 3D data separate from the metadata stored in a project.

Construkted Globe

The Construkted Globe is a virtual planet built from crowdsourced scan data. When you submit an asset to the Construkted Globe, it is validated by a human to ensure its authenticity and relevance. You must explicitly choose to share your model on the virtual planet.