Here’s the original post, and links to all posts I have previously outlined my goal of testing multiple photogrammetry solutions on a single dataset, and reporting times and results. I’m using a dataset based on photographs of this Styracosaurus model … Continue reading Photogrammetry Testing 2: VisualSFM and MeshRecon
Here’s the original post, and links to all posts I have previously outlined my goal of testing multiple photogrammetry solutions on a single dataset, and reporting times and results. I’m using a dataset based on photographs of this Styracosaurus model … Continue reading Photogrammetry Testing 1: Agisoft Photoscan
**update 21/2/19: Not only has Dremel moved to a waaay better slicing software (based on Cura), but the latest firmware (v1.5, 20180611) has enabled standard *.gcode support for the 3D20 model. Finally…** Last year I got hold of a … Continue reading Getting good supports, printing with Dremel Idea Builder 3D20
I’ve been struggling to find the time to get blog posts out recently. Luckily, I have a morning to do just that! Sauropod tracks First up, we have ‘Digit-only sauropod pes trackways from China – evidence of swimming or a preservational phenomenon?’ by Lida Xing and a number of colleagues including myself, published in Nature Scientific Reports. This was a neat little study in which some sauropod tracks from China were described, which display some interesting features related to their formation. It’s common in the literature to link digit-only tracks with a swimming trackmaker – buoyed up such that only the … Continue reading A quick catch up on a couple of 2016 papers
I’ve uploaded a couple more datasets to the neoichnology section. Welly Impression Not a lot to say here, human foot, wearing a wellington boot, in mud. I recorded this for making a guide (which may appear soon), and thought I … Continue reading New data sets – Horse/Raindrops and a Welly footprint
New data uploaded – Heron tracks in mud. Continue reading Heron Tracks added to site.
Last month I was fortunate to head over to Denmark and visit my friend and colleague Jesper Milàn at Geomuseum Faxe. We’ve worked together in the recent past (we have a chapter together in the forthcoming Dinosaur Tracks: Next Steps) but … Continue reading A visit to Denmark and Digitized Crocodile tracks