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  1. Nowadays, capabilities of photogrammetric software are amazing. You may wonder: “Can a video captured by drone be used to create a 3D model of a cultural heritage object?” and the answer is “Yes”. In this tutorial, you will create a georeferenced and measurable 3D model, using YouTube video captured by DJI Inspire 1 using Agisoft PhotoScan and view it with Sputnik GIS Source video (4k / 2160p): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5nznXK5IrQ 3D Model created using Agisoft PhotoScan: If you're interested, you can read a tutorial.
  2. I've been following CHI's Diego Rivera Mural project and found myself in a situation trying to photograph a wall drawing 37'+ feet long. I captured images for Photogrammetry while I was at it and am wondering if anyone has experience with the upper end of Orthophoto exporting at a much higher image resolution. Do you just enter your desired pixel width when creating the Texture? That dialog box seems to match the output file I am getting and I'm going to try to push that up to a much higher image resolution if I can. Thanks for any tips. Rich House Senior Photographer Yale University Art Gallery richard.house@yale.edu artgallery.yale.edu
  3. I wanted to let folks know that the 1.2 version of Photoscan is now available. It's been in Beta for a while, but it's status just changed to be the currently shipping version. It is a free upgrade. Download it here: http://www.agisoft.com/downloads/installer/ Full change log is here: http://www.agisoft.com/pdf/photoscan_changelog.pdf Carla
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