Multiview 3D reconstruction of the archaeological site at Weymouth from image series

@article{Ducke2011Multiview3R,
  title={Multiview 3D reconstruction of the archaeological site at Weymouth from image series},
  author={Benjamin Ducke and David Score and Joseph Reeves},
  journal={Computers & Graphics},
  year={2011},
  volume={35},
  pages={375-382}
}
Multiview (n-view, or multiple view) 3D reconstruction is the computationally complex process by which a full 3D model is derived from a series of overlapping images. It is based on research in the field of computer vision which in turn relies on older methods from photogrammetry. This report presents a multiview reconstruction tool chain composed from various freely available, open source components and presents a practical application example in the form of a 3D model of an archaeological… CONTINUE READING
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