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Applications of 3D Measurement from Images Hardcover – 4 Oct 2007
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' - a thorough reference that describes the connections between imagery and photogrammetric techniques for the creation of 3D high quality data. The book includes many examples where measurement problems exist for which photographer was used to provide a solution. These include architecture, sports, medicine, landscape studies and change, forensics, biology and industrial applications. - While I have read many books about photogrammetry and 3D separately over the years, very few of them have combined photogrammetry along with 3D creation and measurement as significantly as this one. As a result, if you are a student or professional involved in imaging and 3D of faced with having to measure a unique phenomena, this book will be useful - The case studies in this book are unique, and really add a lot of interest.' 3D Visualisation World
This outstanding new book reveals through a series of case studies how modern digital photogrammetry is capable of providing dense and accurate spatial data to solve a wide range of contemporary measurement problems, and at a diverse range of scales. It outlines key principles and methods associated with modern imaging and puts this into context with other modern spatial measurement techniques, including a full discussion of laser scanning. It will therefore be of major importance to practitioners in a wide range of disciplines who require spatial data and have identified imaging as a tool that could be used. Each chapter focuses on a specific topic including archaeology/architecture, medicine/dentistry/sports science, forensics, landform evolution, industrial, manufacturing, engineering, biology and zoology, and provides specific examples which demonstrate the range in measurement scale achievable by photogrammetry.See all Product description
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