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
For the last couple of days and nights, I’ve been doing my best to try and get my Maya scripts working to convert XROMM animations into input files for LIGGGHTS. I’ve previously done this for my paper with Stephen Gatesy, … Continue reading I really dislike rotation maths!
In which I tried – and failed – to document pros and cons for about a million different combinations of software. Continue reading Trying all the free Photogrammetry!
The recent update for Windows 10 enabled a feature that I’m sure has gone unnoticed by many: You can now install a native linux terminal in Windows. Who cares? I hear you ask. Well, I’ll be writing up guides on … Continue reading Installing Bash on Windows 10
Last year I got hold of a Dremel Idea Builder 3D printer. It’s been great, and I’ve been able to print a range of animal bones for use in practicals – students can all get exact copies of the same … Continue reading Getting good supports, printing with Dremel Idea Builder
My extolling the wonders for productivity given by windows 8.1 and Onedrive, and my disappointment with Windows 10 Continue reading Why Windows 8.1 and Onedrive are awesome (and Windows 10 is RUBBISH)