Theropod Thursday 16 was here

taken at the beach near Boltenhagen in March. Nine photos, HIGH quality alignment, LOW quality geometry generation in agisoft Photoscan.

Man do I love photogrammetry!

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About Heinrich Mallison

I'm a dinosaur biomech guy working at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin.
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8 Responses to Theropod Thursday 16 was here

  1. dmaas says:

    What does lo quality geometry mean? Poly count? Calculation passes?

  2. Stu Pond says:

    Very nice model Heinrich. Was the sand wet or dry?

  3. dmaas says:

    Just pondering what sort of metatags would be valuable to have when building such tracks into a database… species, locomotion model, gait, substrate, substrate condition, locality, date, author, ???.
    Would be cool to be able to open a databank and search for bipedal archosaurs transversing mud at a walk to compare with some fossil you’ve found. 🙂

  4. Stu Pond says:

    The idea of a database has been on my mind recently, and wondered if this had been done before? It would be useful to include information on single tracks and trackways.

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