Use cases and blog posts specifically about Pixpro software usage.
Pixpro to PowerPoint - 3D Data in Your Presentation
Sometimes, it is really about the presentation. Showing off your data in a well-made slideshow can make or break the deal. In this article, we will overview how you can show off data processed in Pixpro photogrammetry software in your presentation.
Digital Elevation Map Editing Tools in Pixpro
Pixpro photogrammetry software provides various spatial data generation and has a few tools for data manipulation. This blog post will demonstrate a few digital elevation map manipulation tools that can help in many use cases.
Camera Calibration With Pixpro - Your Unique Values
Camera calibration in photogrammetry is an essential part of the 3D reconstruction of a scene. Every camera sensor and lens combination has a set of parameters that describe the camera system - intrinsic values, often referred to as camera intrinsics.
Pixpro 1.7.0 Update - Multi-Camera Support and Point Cloud Editor
We are rolling out a new update for the Pixpro photogrammetry software, bringing new features for our users. In this blog post, we will discuss the two major updates - multi-camera support in a single project and a new point cloud editor and mention all of the other minor improvements that the new v
Photogrammetry Software Price Comparison
Photogrammetry software allows turning photos into 3D models for many purposes. Measurements, asset creation, monitoring, inspection, and many other fields greatly benefit from creating reality-based 3D scenes.
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
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.
Baseplanes in Photogrammetry
Baseplanes are a fundamental part of any volumetric measurement system. Each photogrammetry software has to deal with selecting, approximating, and modifying a base plane to allow the user to get an accurate volume measurement.
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