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There is a Google SketchUp to ArcGIS tutorial available on YouTube which may help you do this in ArcScene if using ArcGlobe is not a mandatory requirement.
You can import the models from sketch up or a cad file that is designed in 3d. The key for models in ArcGIS is multi patch. If going from sketchup export to kml. What you're after is the colada (.dae) file. A kml can be renamed to .zip and you will find the dae inside. If importing from cad just make sure the file has 3d units, and dwg will work fine. ArcGIS ...
I haven't done anything like this before but my guess is you need to make a Near Table. To do this, I'm thinking you'll need to create points from the raster first. Then make your Near Table and include the optional "Add Location Field". Once you have that table you'll need to figure out the elevation of the points from the road feature that are in the ...
Why not try Interpolation rather than a TIN? If you use a Inverse Distance Weighted algorithm, you can play with the parameters to manage smoothness. If you have the license then run Kriging. Again, play with parameters until it looks nice. To break your question down a bit, do you need to interpolate? Do avocado sizes vary in a way that displays spatial ...
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