• Photogrammetry

    2 years ago - By Gurney Journey

    Photogrammetry is the science of inferring measurements and 3D information from photographs.
    Techniques for measuring comparative distances between points in a photograph have been around for over a century. But computers have greatly aided the ability to extract data from photographs, especially if there's more than one view available.
    Scanning a John Rogers sculpture at the Smithsonian Among the applications of modern photogrammetry are:
    1. The ability to make a 3D model of a sculpture using only photos.
    Office interior 2. The mapping of crowded interior spaces from a database of photo...
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