This is a continuation of my blog from yesterday, so I suggest you read that first. One of the things I’ve been working on the past month is creating a photogrammetric model of monuments using nothing but tourists’ photographs. After many attempts my last test, using the Winged Victory of Samothrace as a model, seemed […]Read More The Winged Victory of Samothrace: Analysis of the Images
If you’ve been following my latest attempts to recreate famous monuments through Photogrammetry, using nothing but tourists’ photographs finally I have something to show for your patience. Before you get your hopes up, it is still not perfect, but it’s a step forward. The idea behind this is that 123D Catch uses photographs to create […]Read More The Winged Victory of Samothrace Reconstructed Digitally Using Tourists’ Photographs.
One of my first posts here was about the creation of 3D photorealistic models using tourists’ photographs, the main aim of which is the possibility of recreating monuments that were around since the invention of photography and that have since been destroyed or damaged. Also, it is a way of testing the size limits of […]Read More Reconstructing Mount Rushmore from Tourists’ Photographs
The other day I was talking with one of the guys at work and while chatting about Photogrammetry an idea came to mind. There are millions of photographs online taken by tourists who are visiting archaeological sites, and famous monuments like the Parthenon or the Pyramids surely have their photograph taken many times a day. […]Read More Working on the Sphinx in 123D Catch