[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?
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!
New paper out today in Biology Letters led by Chris Basu and with John Hutchinson, both from the Royal Vet College. Sivatherium is an extinct Giraffid from the Plio-Pleistocene boundary (~2.5 million years ago), found near the foothills of what … Continue reading New Paper: Sivatherium, a big, extinct, giraffid
For a moment there, between 2012 and 2015, there was a glorious time where it all came together for me. I took to windows 8.1 immediately – it’s the first operating system I’ve ever bought outside of a new computer. … Continue reading The perils of a weak link in an ecosystem chain: How OneDrive’s changes are pushing me out of the windows ecosystem.
New paper in Proc B on Cambrian Echinoderm Hydrodynamics Continue reading Cambrian Echinoderm Computational Fluid Dynamics