Testing 3DF Zephyr Pro Continue reading Photogrammetry Testing – 3DF Zephyr Pro [commercial software]
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.
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
Here’s a script to reduce the processing of AliceVision’s Meshroom to a single double click. Much as I did for COLMAP, (and here) I’ve put together a batch file that can just be dropped into a folder of photos and … Continue reading Batch Script for running AliceVision MeshRoom from command line
AliceVision’s Meshroom was made available as a windows binary not long ago – I wrote about it shortly after it was released and produced a model using my standard test set using default settings. Since then, it’s become my go-to … Continue reading Getting the most out of AliceVision Meshroom – tweaking parameters
In a similar vein to my ‘Software I use’ post, I want to run through what I’m using in terms of hardware in day-to-day use, both directly for research and for general lecturing/computer-y things. Most of what I do these … Continue reading Hardware I use – Simulations, photogrammetry, and dissection