What is a “Well Preserved” footprint?

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 it's a really interesting discussion about what we mean when we say a track is... Continue Reading →

Photogrammetry Testing 8: COLMAP

Here's the original post, and links to all posts I think I've found a new favourite photogrammetry software! Available here:¬†http://people.inf.ethz.ch/jschoenb/colmap/, I actually came across it when I followed back referral to my own site to this thread on Sketchfab, where Mesheritage mentioned COMAP - so full thanks to them! COLMAP has an excellent documentation available... Continue Reading →

Photogrammetry testing 7: SMVS (+MVE)

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,... Continue Reading →

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,... Continue Reading →

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