Thermal Photogrammetry Basics
Thermal images reveal what the human eye cannot see. The camera sees in the infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum, clearly allowing it to visualize heat emanating from any object or surface.
Roof Scanning With Photogrammetry
3D roof scanning for inspection and solar panel installation is one of the most common and accessible use cases for photogrammetry. If you are working in this area and looking to take advantage of photogrammetric workflows – this article is for you.
DJI Mavic 3 Classic
DJI has released yet another addition to the Mavic 3 Line – Mavic 3 Classic. It is a cheaper version of the consumer Mavic 3 with a single omission – the telephoto camera. We tested the drone to inspect if there were any other differences with the mentioned and if it is still as good.
Cross Polarization Photogrammetry
In the previous post, we looked at the easiest way of scanning a small object with the help of photogrammetry. It involved going outside, using natural light, and doing orbital scans. A more complex but professional way is to set up a home/studio scanning setup and utilize cross polarization.
3D Asset Creation With Photogrammetry
3D asset creation with the help of photogrammetry has become the bread and butter of the VFX and game industries. In many cases, photogrammetric 3D scanning can be quicker and more efficient than creating a 3D model from scratch.
DJI Mavic 3T Camera Tested
Mavic 3T is a compact enterprise drone from DJI which contains a thermal imager. We have procured one to test out its image quality and capabilities.
DJI Mavic 3E For Photogrammetry
DJI Mavic 3E is a new enterprise drone from DJI. Based on the consumer Mavic 3, it has a few key differences and a higher price tag. The E version has the potential to be the go-to drone for photogrammetry in the next few years.
Top 10 Photogrammetry Facts For Everyone
Photogrammetry is a vast interconnected discipline that we can analyze on multiple levels of detail. From mathematical algorithms which make everything possible to ethical implications of digital twins in the social space.
Aerial Mapping vs. Stitching
Mapping and photo stitching are two different methods of acquiring top-down orthophoto imagery of a given area. This article will explain the main differences between these two methods and their results.
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