About me

Personal information

Name: Heinrich Mallison
Age: 36
Education: Diplom-Geologe (roughly a Masters in Geosciences) from Tübingen University, Dr. rer. nat. (German version of a PhD; lead supervisor H.-U. Pfretzschner)
Profession: Palaeontologist


16 Responses to About me

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  2. Ack; you are so cool. I wish I had been a paleontologist…

  3. Tamar says:

    Hi Heinrich!

    Wow how cool to read about your work. I’m especially interested in digital modeling of dinosaurs because my company just release an informational dinosaur app – Real World Dinosaurs – now available on the app store.


    It’s an overview of information on several different dinosaurs, appropriate upper elementary school children and adults alike. Plus there are beautiful 3D animations of each dinosaur it covers and more dinosaurs will be added as time goes on, too!

    Anyway, I hope you’ll check it out as I really think it will be of interest to you, your readers and maybe most of all your children!

    Best of luck with all your research! I look forward to reading more updates!


    Tamar and the CGMuse Team

  4. Florian says:

    Hello Heinrich,

    I am new to photogrammetry and I was looking for ressources of information about it.

    My plan is to build up a virtual reality environment filled with animated photogrammetry objects and interact with these objects through an Oculus Rift. Something between a game and an (educational) experience.

    Thanks for your Photogrammetry tutorials, they helped me a lot to understand the workflow, handling and possible problems/issues with it.

    Thank you!


  5. Matt Thomas says:

    Hello Heinrich

    I’m just going to echo Florian above – your tutorials (and your paper) are a superb resource for getting hands on with Photoscan, thanks very much for taking the time. With your help I’ve got through most of the nuts and bolts of the software now – anymore tips on workflows, shortcuts, dos & don’ts would be greatly appreciated.


  6. vardaloupas says:

    Any suggestions for a good book for photogrammetry. I’m Cartographer (Geoinformatics) but I do photogrammetry for archaeology and (3D reconstruction) of ancient sites.

  7. vardaloupas says:

    Thank you for the very helpful web site and tutorials

  8. mark mclean says:

    Heinrich, If your in need of a stop motion turntable for Photogrammetry I might be interested in lending one of ours. We design and make photography turntables.
    Mark McLean, owner.

  9. Dave Mackie says:

    Hey Heinrich, I really enjoyed our time in 2006 … you are a most excellent tour guide. I’ll touch base if I’m back in Europe. Nice work!
    Dave Mackie

  10. david says:

    Hey Heinrich! I love the cad model photo you made with the different camera angles and such. do you mind if i use that photo to show others how to angle their camera? Non- commercial use only of course! let me know! -David

  11. Markus J. Hässig / sinus says:

    Hello Heinrich
    Just found this site, looks great.
    But it is not easy for someone, who does not really speak and understand English – except some basic stuff 🙂
    Here is a LOT to explore.
    Great stuff and deeply explained, very good.
    Before I dive into it, I wonder, where you live (maybe it is written, and I have not seen it) and I guess, with this huge of information, this is only in Enlish, not in German (I am from the german-speaking part of Switzerland). Just a question, I am quite sure, it is “only” this page here 🙂

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