Short blog on returning to the water and using UWIS navigator to locate and mark sonar targets
Simon Brown has been named RPS Science Photographer of the Year 2020 for his ortho photo of the SS Thistlegorm
Blog post discussing the value of photogrammetry preserving evidence with higher levels of detail available for online viewing
Diving the SS Thistlegorm book is available now and at 240 pages contains a wealth of information about the wreck and its cargo
Discussion examining the benefits of occlusion maps applied to Metashape models to improve level of visible detail with low poly count plus review of online hosting of massive detail models.
Reprocessing the SS Thistlegorm data reveals the wreck at new levels of detail with the orthomosaic for the main site now reproduced at 2mm per pixel
News from Deep3D including showcase videos, book publication, conference speaking and metashape training
Using UWIS to record locations of objects and features of interest using GPS navigation tablet.
A while back I nearly didn’t answer the phone. It was one of those international numbers and I didn’t recognise it but something told me to pick it up. I spent the next 30 minutes chatting to John Kinsella of Ocean Divers in Ireland all about 3D reconstruction and how it could be used in Read more about Wrecked in Second Life[…]
Regular visitors will know we use the UWIS system to track our movements and camera positions as we work on the Vobster Photogrammetry Project. But what if we turned the idea on its head? Instead of tracking the camera or diver as it moves around could we use the UWIS tracker units as a static Read more about Control Points Defined[…]