Photogrammetry Testing: Reality Capture [Disclosure: I asked Capturing Reality for a temporary license to access the full version so I could test it and export models, they kindly agreed and gave me a 1 month license. This in no way … Continue reading Photogrammetry Testing – Reality Capture [commercial software]
New paper out today in Royal Society Interface, that I’m rather excited to be a co-author on. Led by Dr Kristen Crandell from Bangor University, and with her former undergrad Rowan Howe (I believe it start out as his undergrad … Continue reading Kingfishers, their beaks, and diving – Physical Modeling and CFD.
This is something of a pre-series post, explaining that over the coming weeks I’ll be reviewing commercial photogrammetry software. Continue reading Photogrammetry testing – Commercial software incoming
Continuing a common theme of this blog – free or cheap software for scientific purposes, I thought I’d give a quick run-down of the free software available for segmenting CT data into digital models (e.g. objs/stls). This list is by … Continue reading Free software for CT segmentation (2019)
I get a lot of contacts asking what’s wrong with their software, and usually the answer is that the photos don’t have good overlap, or differing backgrounds. Sometimes I get directly asked how to take the photos, and certainly my … Continue reading Small object photogrammetry – how to take photos
You can listen to the programme here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3cswvxr A few months ago, I was contacted about a program on the BBC world service – CrowdScience. I was asked a few things about what I work on, and answered some questions … Continue reading A day out looking for footprints with the BBC
I previously gave you a little script that can run AliceVision MeshRoom from the command line, speeding things up when you have a lot of photos. However, I rely on some of the parameters being changed, specifically I like to … Continue reading Changing default values in AliceVision Meshroom