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Photogrammetry Fails and Issues Part 2
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Photogrammetry Fails and Issues Part 2

In the previous article, we have started our glance-travel through the most common photogrammetry fails and issues. There are many causes for inaccurate or failed 3D projects. Fortunately, extensive experience of the Pix-Pro team might be of help on how to deal with specific cases in your project.

Pixpro author avatar Pixpro Team
Mar 09, 2022
Photogrammetry Fails and Issues Part 1
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Photogrammetry Fails and Issues Part 1

More than a dozen photogrammetric software manufacturers have stepped into the world market during the last decade. Whereas it is good to have a wide choice, it is necessary to admit that from time to time, 3D reconstruction projects upset users with quality.

Pixpro author avatar Pixpro Team
Mar 03, 2022
Ground Control Points. The Cornerstone Of Accuracy
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Ground Control Points. The Cornerstone Of Accuracy

Ground control points (aka GCPs) are the cornerstone that makes the highest accuracy mapping possible. With sleek coloring, well-laid shading, and realistic 3D modeling in photogrammetry, GCPs are the tool used to bring the photogrammetric project to a precise absolute position and scale.

Pixpro author avatar Pixpro Team
Feb 21, 2022
A new version of Pixpro. Check out new features in 1.6.2!
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A new version of Pixpro. Check out new features in 1.6.2!

A new version of Pixpro photogrammetry software has been released. A minor update from 1.6.0 contains a couple of new features and numerous fixes that may not be apparent from the outside.

Pixpro author avatar Pixpro Team
Feb 16, 2022
Bios Settings to Unlock AMD Ryzen 5600G and 5700G Radeon Graphics
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Bios Settings to Unlock AMD Ryzen 5600G and 5700G Radeon Graphics

The current chip shortage has brought more attention to APUs or CPUs with integrated graphics. The newest addition from AMD brings a step up in GPU power without a discrete graphics card.

Pixpro author avatar Pixpro Team
Feb 10, 2022
Photogrammetry. Art or Science?
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Photogrammetry. Art or Science?

From the very dawn of image capturing, documenting the world around us became a distinctive field of human activity. Eventually, this activity evolved into the science of mapping and photogrammetry. Thus, the story of two-dimensional photos transforming into a digital 3-dimensional object began.

Pixpro author avatar Pixpro Team
Feb 02, 2022
The new version of Pixpro photogrammetry software. Introduction to new features.
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The new version of Pixpro photogrammetry software. Introduction to new features.

Our Photogrammetry software Pixpro has been updated to version 1.6.0. New additions and improvements await Pixpro users. Release Highlights New Clipping Box. Old Bounding Box gets a new name and a lot of new features. Multiple screens, scaling, and high-resolution support.

Pixpro author avatar Pixpro Team
Jan 26, 2022
DJI Mavic 3 has no mechanical shutter. Sensor readout speed explained.
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DJI Mavic 3 has no mechanical shutter. Sensor readout speed explained.

The newly released DJI Mavic 3 – now the flagship compact drone of the industry, raised some concerns regarding the new camera. It does not have a mechanical shutter and relies solely on an electronic shutter. What is an electronic shutter?

Pixpro author avatar Pixpro Team
Jan 20, 2022
DJI Mavic 3 Review – Good Hardware with Unfinished Software
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DJI Mavic 3 Review – Good Hardware with Unfinished Software

DJI Mavic 3 looks like a promising piece of hardware for taking high quality aerial imagery. However, the currently available DJI Fly app used for controlling it is bare-bones and full of unfinished or missing features.

Pixpro author avatar Pixpro Team
Dec 20, 2021

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