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In this paper the main problems and the available solutions are addressed for the generation of 3D models from terrestrial images. Close range photogrammetry has dealt for many years with manual or automatic image measurements for precise 3D modelling. Nowadays 3D scanners are also becoming a standard source for input data in many application areas, but(More)
In this contribution, we report on the image-based modeling (IBM) results of the Erechtheion monument, located inside the Acropolis of Athens, Greece. The work is part of the project " Development of Geographic Information Systems at the Acropolis of Athens ". An aim of the project is the 3D documentation of the whole Acropolis, one of the major(More)
The generation of 3-D models from uncalibrated image sequences is a challenging problem that has been investigated in many research activities in the last decade. In particular, a topic of great interest is the modeling of realistic humans, for animation, manufacture or medicine purposes. Nowadays the common approaches try to reconstruct the human body(More)
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) platforms are nowadays a valuable source of data for inspection, surveillance, mapping and 3D modeling issues. As UAVs can be considered as a low-cost alternative to the classical manned aerial photogrammetry, new applications in the short-and close-range domain are introduced. Rotary or fixed wing UAVs, capable of performing(More)
In this paper, we first review the approaches to recover 3D shape and related movements of a human and then we present an easy and reliable approach to recover a 3D model using just one image or monocular video sequence. A simplification of the perspective camera model is required, due to the absence of stereo view. The human figure is reconstructed in a(More)
This paper reports theory and examples about the calibration and orientation of fixed but freely rotating cameras with possible changes of the interior parameters. We consider cameras that are generally rotating, without any special adapter to remove the eccentricity between perspective center and rotation axis. That is the typical case of surveillance(More)
This paper is intended to give an overview on current surveying techniques that use remotely sensed data, and their applications in archaeology. The focus is on optical 3D measurement techniques based on image and range sensors. Data and methods are briefly reviewed, whereas data processing and related problems are only touched in passing. For the purpose(More)
Camera calibration has always been an essential component of photogrammetric measurement, with self-calibration nowadays being an integral and routinely applied operation within photogrammetric triangulation, especially in high-accuracy close-range measurement. With the very rapid growth in adoption of off-the-shelf digital cameras for a host of new 3D(More)
This article reports on a multi-resolution and multi-sensor approach developed for the accurate and detailed 3D modeling of the entire Roman Forum in Pompei, Italy.The archaeological area, approximately 150 × 80 m, contains more than 350 finds spread all over the forum as well as larger mural structures of previous buildings and temples.The(More)