This article is here to help understand the different components of the iGUIDE Floor Plan.
Figure 1 - The iGuide Floor Plan
The Floor Plan
Title: The iGUIDE title, this is usually the address of the iGUIDE or the name of the business.
Areas: Total Interior Area and Exterior Area values
Compass Rotation: The camera system has a compass. When panos are shot the compass rotation value is given to that pano. The floor will have the combined compass value of all the panos on that floor.
Date: When the iGUIDE was completed and uploaded to the Portal.
Scale: The full length of the bar represents 2 m when overlayed on the Floor Plan.
Door Object: This is an example of a standard door.
Window Object: This is what all windows look like, with varying lengths.
Stairs: This is an example of a staircase. All stairs include an “UP” or “DN” label to indicate if they go up or down.
Dimension arrows: These arrows show where the outer limits are for the dimensions.
Premium Objects: This is an example of an object that gets added to the floor plans for premium iGUIDES.
Wall Break: This wall doesn’t actually exist on the floor plan. It is there to represent a separation between the stairs going up and the stairs going down.
Fireplaces: The drawn box shows the outline of the fireplace accompanied by a “F/P” label.
Label, Dimension and Area: These labels give details about the room itself and can be turned on/off on the Portal.
Void Spaces: These represent areas that cannot be occupied or used. Typically contain piping or structural members of a home.
Figure 2 - Premium Objects
Bathtub Angled Faucet
Bathtub With Side Faucet
Curved Corner Shower
Under Counter Other
Double Half Sink
Stove 4 Burner
Stove 2 Burner
Stove 6 Burner
Stove 8 Burner
Under Counter Dryer
Under Counter Washer/ Dryer
Under Counter Washer
Round Pillar/ Post
Square Pillar/ Post
Figure 3 - Door Types
Walkway (Wall Opening)
Double Pocket Door
3 Panel Sliding Door A
2 Way Standard Door
3 Panel Sliding Door B
4 Panel Sliding Door
Figure 4 - Line Types as they appear on the final product
Exterior Line Type: Can be bigger or smaller depending on the exterior wall thickness entered into Survey/ Stitch.
Interior Line Type: Typically 12 cm, but can vary depending on the construction of the home.
Half Wall Line Type: Walls that only extend partway from floor to ceiling.
Railing Line Type: Used for wood or metal railings.
Basic Line Type: Represents 3 different line types.
Construction Line: Used for fireplaces, stairs and changes in elevation.
Outdoor Divider Line: Used to draw decks, balconies, patios, porches, etc.
Object Line: Used to draw counter tops and other objects for Premium iGuides.