Photogrammetric 3D Scanning of Physical Objects: Tools and Workflow

@article{Relji2019Photogrammetric3S,
  title={Photogrammetric 3D Scanning of Physical Objects: Tools and Workflow},
  author={Ivan Dunđer Ivan Relji{\'c} and S. Seljan},
  journal={TEM Journal},
  year={2019},
  volume={8},
  pages={383-388}
}
  • Ivan Dunđer Ivan Reljić, S. Seljan
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • TEM Journal
  • Ease of access to and low cost of hardware and software for 3D scanning have made 3D technologies increasingly popular in recent research. One of the possible 3D scanning approaches is photogrammetry which relies on using a data set consisting of photographs of the same physical object. In this paper are evaluated different 3D models generated from the same input data set by specialised software packages for photogrammetry. The main attributes of the 3D models are examined in comparative… CONTINUE READING
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