Simon Brown has been named RPS Science Photographer of the Year 2020 for his ortho photo of the SS Thistlegorm
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
A single source page for all available content covering the wreck of the SS Thistlegorm
Discussion on UWIS navigation and Metashape photogrammetry using depth maps
Regular followers of the Vobster Photogrammetry Project will know we have been working on this for some time. The project is all done in our spare time, for free and for the sheer joy of pushing the boundaries of photogrammetry. The game changer has been the introduction of UWIS and underwater GPS. To keep the Read more about A Snapshot in Time[…]
Underwater GPS being used to reconstruct 3D photogrammetry models.
Reprocessing old data to yield new results. Lessons learned from police forensic requirements applied to the SS Gwladmena.
Details of the Vobster Quay underwater navigation day – showcasing how we use the latest technology to answer “where am I?”
Discussion around the use and benefits of accurate GPS values with image alignment in photogrammetry
Long time friend and collaborator Grahame Knott of Deeper Dorset decided he wanted some art to hang in the house. Whatever was going to hang needed to be relevant and big enough to fill the wall in a single image. With everything in life, size matters and the opportunity to print an ortho photo was Read more about Go Large & Print Big[…]