Photogrammetry Testing 6: Autodesk ReMake

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 (I’ve had it since I was quite young): The dataset has 53 photos in total, and is available from this link. [This will be moved to figshare in due course]. The model is about 12 cm in total length, has texture for the scales, and a reflective brass nameplate on the base. The model was situated on a glass desk, … Continue reading Photogrammetry Testing 6: Autodesk ReMake

The importance of 3D for tracks -or- how big is your footprint really!

I should probably have made this post sooner, as it’s about my chapter in the Great Dinosaur Track Book Of 2016: “Dinosaur Tracks: The Next Steps”. It’s a volume I was privileged enough to be an editor for, and it … Continue reading The importance of 3D for tracks -or- how big is your footprint really!

Photogrammetry Testing 4: OpenMVG and MVE (+TexRecon)

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 4: OpenMVG and MVE (+TexRecon)

Photogrammetry Testing 3: VisualSFM + PMVS + Meshlab

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 3: VisualSFM + PMVS + Meshlab