photogrammetry

Structure from Motion Photogrammetry - ArchaeoTech 74

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Structure from Motion is a photogrametric technique that just about anyone can do. All you need are half-decent photographs. This podcast discusses a recent article in SAA Advances about using SfM to examine, analyze, and preserve the giant hats, or pukau, on Easter Island. What would you preserve with this technique?

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Aerial Cam Limited - CiFA 2017 - Arch365 114

Today Tristan Boyle speaks to Adam Stanford of Aerial Cam. Aerial Cam are a Specialist Archaeological Photography service employing the latest techniques, equipment and software to produce high quality evidence photography and 3D visualization of heritage assets

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Photogrammetry w/ Michael Ashley & Tom Noble - ArchaeoTech 51

Michael Ashley and Tom Noble join the show to talk about photogrammetry. They discuss equipment, workflows, and limitations, as well as the way forward. Info on photogrammetry workshops are discussed in this show, and included in the show notes.

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Codifi w/ Michael Ashley - ArchaeoTech - Episode 41

Michael Ashley, founder of Codifi, joins this episode to talk about all the new things coming from this company. Chris Webster and Christopher Sims announce their involvement with Codifi, and the whole crew talks about doing better digital archaeology and going completely paperless.

 

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The DJI Inspire Pro - ArchaeoTech 36

On today's episode Chris and I return with a discussion about our new DJI Inspire Pro quadcopter. What are my first impressions with flying the device, presentation, and the amazing camera? We talk about all that and a few apps on today's ArchaeoTech.

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Kite Aerial Photography - ArchaeoTech 33

On today's episode we talk to Dr. Michael Ashley about Kite Aerial Photography. What do you need to get started - how do transects work out - how many people are involved - and what's the cost. We also compare KAP with drone photography. At the end of the show we cover three apps that can help with photography and navigation.

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Digital Archaeology in Spain - ArchaeoTech 30

On today's episode we talk to Scott De Brestian of Central Michigan University about his team's work in the Spanish Countryside. They're using some interesting tech to get them closer to a 3-D model of the town they're investigating. We find out how it's going and what they want to do next.

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  • Chris Webster -  @archeowebby (Twitter and Snapchat)
    • Email: chris@archaeologypodcastnetwork.com
  • Chris Sims - @godigahole (Twitter)
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Photogrammetry and Great Field Photography - ArchaeoTech 27

On today's show we bring back Dr. Michael Ashley of Codifi and the Center for Digital Archaeology. Michael is a photography expert and I ask him how to take good field photographs with less than good equipment. We also talk about what the ideal equipment would be for field photography. Finally, we find out exactly what photogrammetry is and how we can use it in the field.

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  • Chris Webster -  @archeowebby (Twitter and Snapchat)
    • Email: chris@archaeologypodcastnetwork.com
  • Chris Sims - @godigahole (Twitter)
    • Email: christopher@godigahole.com
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SiteViewer - ArchaeoTech 14

Russell talks to Josh Harle, the creator of an app called Site Viewer. This app allows people to display and share photogrammetric and 3D images on smartphones and devices with little memory capacity. This is an interesting app and a great idea!

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Photogrammetry - Episode 11

On today's episode, Russell interviews Leszek Pawlowicz, a southwestern archaeologist. The talk about Leszek's work with different photogrammetry software and techniques. There is some good stuff in here about how to start in photogrammetry and it doesn't take expensive software or equipment.

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