Category Archives: DigitalSpecimen 2014

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

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PHOTOGRAMMETRY IN PALEONTOLOGY – A PRACTICAL GUIDE

While I was on holiday my latest paper finally went online. It is a joint effort with Oliver Wings that details some good approaches for photogrammetric 3D modelling specimens. You can find the PDF at this link. The web version … Continue reading

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Photogrammetry with a macro lens

So far, most of my photogrammetry efforts have dealt with specimens in the several centimetre to meter range. Bones, skulls, entire skeletons. The smallest models I created were of ammonites – more on that currently on-hold project later – with … Continue reading

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How to easily de-conflict event timings for conferences

Today’s topic has nothing to do with dinosaurs, but it is something some of you may encounter every once in a while. Let’s say you’re planning a conference with many events – talk sessions, poster sessions, workshops, whatnot. Obviously, you’ll … Continue reading

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A digital dino bone

This post is a re-blog, or more accurately the English translation re-blog (with minor alterations to adapt it to pre-existing content here on dinosaurpalaeo), of a post I wrote for the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin‘s blog Museumsdinge. The title roughly … Continue reading

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DigitalSpecimen 2014 – Call for Abstracts

DigitalFossil 2012 was a much bigger success than I imagined when I planned the conference and applied for funding. The excellent exchange of ideas and knowledge at the meeting was great fun, and now we aim to repeat the exercise: … Continue reading

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