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Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI) offers some free resources to people adopting the practice of photogrammetry. In addition, our experts are available for paid consulting and/or training. Here are some resources not to be missed. 1. Videos describing key principles of good photogrammetric capture: https://vimeo.com/channels/practicalphotogrammetry See also our Photogrammetry technology overview: http://culturalheritageimaging.org/Technologies/Photogrammetry/ 2. This, our free user forum, where folks in the community help answer questions about RTI and photogrammetry. We aim to complement the resources offered by Agisoft PhotoScan and other software packages, as they have their own communities. However, discussions about equipment, capture tips, and so on are welcome here: http://forums.culturalheritageimaging.org/ 3. We sell calibrated scale bars that help users get precise, real-world measurement into your product. And we offer a "tips and tricks" free guide for working with scale bars on the Photoscan website (find the link on this page): http://culturalheritageimaging.org/What_We_Offer/Gear/Scale_Bars/index.html 4. We offer regular 4-day training classes in photogrammetry in our studio in San Francisco and in other locations. Sometimes a host institution will offer space and will purchase some seats and allow some seats to be sold. You can learn more about our photogrammetry training here: http://culturalheritageimaging.org/What_We_Offer/Training/photogram_training/index.html 5. And finally, we offer custom consulting to help folks adopt and use photogrammetry and RTI. That can take a variety of forms, including video, emails, and projects in Dropbox where we can review work and give feedback. Learn more about our consulting offering here: http://culturalheritageimaging.org/What_We_Offer/Consulting/
Hi Folks, We are pleased to announce that we are now offering calibrated scale bars specifically designed for photogrammetry use. We partnered with Tom Noble and Neffra Matthews at the US Bureau of Management on this product. The design comes from decades of photogrammetry experience on their end, and making their own scale bars, since there wasn't a product that did what they wanted. These use both coded and non-coded targets. Cultural Heritage Imaging calibrates them to within 1/10 mm accuracy. We also provide a user guide, and we package them for sale and manage orders. If you want to learn more and/or order a set, check out our scale bars page: http://culturalheritageimaging.org/What_We_Offer/Gear/Scale_Bars/index.html Carla