Discussion on the benefits of orthophotos, the limitations of viewing these files online and how a solution to online viewing has been found.
Last Roll of the Dice At 23:32hrs on the28th of October 1918 the Flotta Mining Hut triggered the remotely controlled minefield that guarded Hoxa Sound, thus sealing the fate of the submarine U.B.116 and her crew. U.B.116 had departed Heligoland early on the morning of the 25th with orders to attack the Royal Navy base Read more about 100 Years Ago Today – The Sinking of U.B.116[…]
3D Work in Scapa At least once a year we take the long drive north to Orkney and Scapa Flow for a week of diving onboard the MV Valkryie. The Flow has been used as a military base during both world wars and the German High Seas Fleet was interred and scuttled there in 1919. Read more about Scapa Flow – The Results[…]
Freeze Frame Until now converting video into still photographs required a piece of third party software. Since the release of Agisoft Photoscan 1.4 the ability to import video directly has been added. It was time to investigate and see what this function offered us. With enough light to warm the ocean and a housed digital SLR camera Read more about Photoscan 1.4 – Importing Video[…]
Earlier this week Kevin Heath of Sula Diving kindly towed his side scan sonar fish past the remains of the UB 116, generating a very clear image of the wreck site: Relating the Model to the Planet With the GPS positions recorded in the sonar we can now extract a few key points and add them to Read more about Geo Referencing the UB 116[…]
Scapa Processing Continues What seems like an age ago we were in Scapa Flow diving from the good ship MV Valkyrie. Some of the models were completed on board – like the discovery of a German Pinnace whereas others such as the UB 116 took a little longer. Near the end of the list of wrecks to process is the Read more about Decimating the Model – the V83[…]
Yes, you read the title correctly! Word of what Deep3D was up to in Scapa Flow this November reached the editors at BBC Orkney. Intrigued to know more, they sent along a reporter and recorded a short interview with Simon. The interview begins at 12 minutes 50 into the broadcast:- Photogrammetry on the BBC. The Read more about Underwater Photogrammetry…on the radio[…]