Working with photogrammetry, laser scanning, and all the other techniques I dabble with/intimately rely on, I generate a lot of 3D data. For the most part that data is usually very high resolution, and often quite noisy and in need … Continue reading The best free software for editing and cleaning (decimating and retopologizing) meshes and 3D data 
Using the new ‘Select Object’ tool in photoshop to very quickly clean up photogrammetry data. Continue reading The new ‘select object’ tool in Photoshop 2020 is a lifesaver for photogrammetry
Testing Autodesk ReCap Photo Continue reading Photogrammetry Testing: Autodesk Recap Photo [commercial, or free for academics]
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
Given how insanely popular my ‘trying photogrammetry software‘ series has been this year, I thought I’d round up what I’ve tried, what’s worked well, and what hasn’t. Obviously I gave each piece of software in my blog posts a go … Continue reading Free photogrammetry software review: 2017
[updated 17/12/17 to get rid of unnecessary meshlab portion] [updated 01/04/18 – Updated scripts for version 3.4+ of COLMAP] In a vain attempt to be useful, I want to share the script I’m currently using to automate my photogrammetry workflow. … Continue reading Automating free photogrammetry: Scripts I use
A somewhat belated blog post about my recent paper with Stephen Gatesy, published in JVP (If you don’t have access, just drop me an email). It’s one of the papers I’m most proud to have worked on, because I think … Continue reading What is a “Well Preserved” footprint?