Monthly Archives: October 2015

Photogrammetry tutorial add-on: The consequences of optimizing a sparse point cloud

If you build a photogrammetric model following the workflow I suggest in this post, one of the steps is optimizing the sparse point cloud (tie point cloud) via gradual selection and deletion of points. Here’s why that matters. Below you … Continue reading

Posted in Dinosauria, How to, photogrammetry, Sauropoda, Sauropodomorpha, Tendaguru | 8 Comments

Photogrammetry tutorial 11: How to handle a project in Agisoft Photoscan

Over the course of the last year I have helped a bunch of people with their photogrammetry projects. Usually, they needed help with the photography – understanding how the program works, so that they take the right amounts of photographs … Continue reading

Posted in Conferences, digiS, DigitalSpecimen 2014, Digitizing, How to, MfN Berlin, photogrammetry | 21 Comments