Video

Photoscan Computational Usage

Getting Started With Photogrammetry

Photogrammetry Results (lowest quality) – Roofless Room

PhotoScan Tutorial – The Basics

What is RTI?

Photogrammetry Workflow – Image Calibration

Photogrammetry – Working with Shadows

Camera Flash Assembly:

RTI Processing Tutorial:

Week 3 Church and Steeple RTI:

What is Photogrammetry:

Week 2 Photogrammetry:

Training Week:

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12 thoughts on “Video

  1. Hi. I am a textile cnsrvator and I am interested in new analysis techniques. Is it possible to get a copy of this video? I found it very interesting, clear and to the point, and I would like to show it in a lecture I am planning to give.
    Thank you.

    • After clicking to play the video, the “share” button in the upper left has an option for download. Feel free to use our videos for educational purposes. All we ask is that you do not change the content of the video in any way. Thank you for showing interest in our project.

  2. I love this video! I can’t believe you guys cut all that raw footage down to 3 minutes so successfully. It really tells the story well!

    • Thank you, Carla, for noticing!! Greg and Joey noted that YouTube analytics note a sharp drop-off in videos over 3 minutes. So, yep, 3 minutes it is!!

    • Thank you Panagiotis! We are glad you found our project website and willing to share it. We’ve had great results thus far, especially with RTI. If you have any questions or comments feel free to post!

    • Wow! Myun that is a gorgeous ceiling mural. RTI would be perfect for monitoring small surface changes on the mural. It would be especially useful because although those colors are amazing, they make it hard to detect imperfections. You are right though it would be trickier than shooting a painting, but I’m sure you could do it! If you do, be sure to keep us posted on your progress.

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