Monthly Archives: January 2011

Photogrammetry with PhoToPlan: Precision, accuracy and camera resolution.

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Precision in imaged based survey can be confusing. I look at photoscale in PhoToPlan. Continue reading

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I tried, I really did try to love this thing…the iPad : a tool for fools?

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The simple task of adding the pictures to this blog at the right size and in the right places left me cursing out loud on a crowded train…. Continue reading

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Fun with PhoToPlan

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For completeness the pavement survey was required to cover the firing step so the images are rectified again but this time to the firing step plane. The control points are snapped onto the joint lines from the TST survey by … Continue reading

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This is a rectified montage of the gun deck pavement of Martello tower 24. It was achieved by 4m PAP (Pole Aerial Photography) on the 3rd visit to site. It’s a stitch of 9 images rectified in PhoToPlan and then … Continue reading

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Sound & motion, wear & tear on the PFK

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I have just had a look at the excellent instructions prepared for Michael Layefsy by Paul’s Fishing Kites and,  after a tough session with it yesterday when it did the ‘heeling’  thing in 12 to 20mph, I went and had … Continue reading

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The Raymond Lemaire International Conservtion Centre at KU Leuven is the host for a unique documenation training session for post-graduate students of conservatio. In one short week students work through the key skills to deliver high quality metric conservation records of historic fabric. Continue reading

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2010 in review

The stats helper monkeys at mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Fresher than ever. Crunchy numbers A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold … Continue reading

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