Reference : Comparing photogrammetry and laser scanning: a 3D reconstruction of the Castle of Penne
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Comparing photogrammetry and laser scanning: a 3D reconstruction of the Castle of Penne
[fr] Comparaison entre scanner laser et photogrammétrie : une reconstruction 3D du château de Penne
Novel, Cyril [Bentley Systems > > > >]
Keriven, Renaud [Bentley Systems > > > >]
Poux, Florent mailto [Université de Liège > Département de géographie > Unité de Géomatique - Topographie et géométrologie >]
Graindorge, Philippe [Gerpho > > > >]
Capturing Reality Forum 2015
du 23 au 25 novembre 2015
Diversified Communications
[en] photogrammetry ; accuracy ; point cloud ; 3D reconstruction ; analysis ; comparison ; out of core ; computer vision ; computer graphics ; 3D modeling
[en] In the last decade, the progress in computing
power – both CPU and GPU – has allowed the development
of photogrammetry softwares. These softwares can turned a set
of photos of an object – such as a building – into a 3D model.
They compete with laser scanners which are usually used for
scanning objects like buildings and landmarks. In this paper, we
compare outcomes of the software Smart3DCapture[4] with laser
scanner point clouds of various scenes in order to evaluate the
accuracy of photogrammetry reconstruction
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