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Is SfM photogrammetry really the tool we've waited 30 years for?
conference contributionposted on 2015-06-04, 13:24 authored by Jim Chandler, Natan Micheletti, Stuart N. Lane
SFM photogrammetry has evolved rapidly in the last few years, to the point where it is beginning to surpass terrestrial laser scanning for capturing 3-D models of natural surfaces. The ability to generate high resolution digital terrain models using just a consumer grade digital camera, or even a smart phone, is an important advance. The fact that this can be achieved at a range of scales and resolutions and from a variety of platforms, whilst using software which is freely available, appears almost incredible.
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Published inEuropean geosciences union general assembly
CitationCHANDLER, J.H., MICHELETTI, N. and LANE, S.N., 2015. Is SfM photogrammetry really the tool we've waited 30 years for? Presented at: The European Geosciences Union General Assembly, 12th-17th April 2015, Vienna.
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NotesThis is an invited keynote presentation.