Human Photogrammetry with a Single Camera
Scanning a human being is quite a famous photogrammetry use case nowadays, from getting scans for fun to replicate yourself in 3D space to high-end CGI and medical applications. Often, you see people captured in multi-camera rigs, where photos are taken from all camera positions simultaneously.
Not Spooky - Photogrammetry is Easy
If you have a camera - any camera - you can do photogrammetry. You need to follow a few rules to capture a scene from the real world and put it into virtual 3D space. You will also need a tool that will do 90 percent of the work for you - Pixpro photogrammetry software.
Glossary Part 3
Welcome to the third part of our glossary, which covers most of the terminology used in our blog and in and around general photogrammetry-related conversations. As we make more of these terms, they get more technical and more challenging to explain in a few sentences.
Noise In Photography - AI vs. Traditional Reduction Algorithms
Every digital photo has three exposure parameters that determine how bright the photo is. Aperture - is a part of the lens the light comes through to the sensor. Shutter speed is how long the sensor was actively gathering the light. And ISO value represents how sensitive the sensor was during the ex
Simple and Quick Photogrammetry Reports in Pixpro Software
Pixpro photogrammetry software has a simple but handy feature called print to a snapshot. This feature lets you get your project data onto a simple, easily printable document - a basic report. In many cases, this is the desired result for many people. An easy way to share measurement findings is via
DJI Mavic 3 Pro for Photogrammetry
DJI Mavic 3 Pro is the most versatile flying camera for videography and photography. For photogrammetry - the new drone represents an opportunity to test something new for many users - aerial photogrammetry with a telephoto lens.
DJI Mavic 3 Pro Review and Comparison
DJI Mavic 3 Pro is another addition to the Mavic 3 lineup of flagship compact foldable drones. However, it directly replaces the DJI Mavic 3, which is being phased out of production and unavailable for purchase.
Hyperlapse Capture for Photogrammetry
Automated flights for photogrammetry are reserved mainly for enterprise-grade drones. But when it comes to hyperlapse photography, it is regarded as a standard feature for consumers. However, both techniques have similar requirements and employ similar execution techniques.
Exploring the Expectations and Limitations of Photogrammetry
In recent years, photogrammetry has gained significant popularity across various industries and applications. This versatile technique utilizes images captured from conventional cameras or drones to create accurate 3D models of objects and environments.
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