Revision as of 13:22, 9 September 2013 by HamishBowman (minor text)
Creating a DEM from overlapping images
There is some old GRASS 5 software in
which does this job. It awaits integration into GRASS 6+.
- Viewing existing data as stereo 3D
The NVIZ itself.addon module provides an easy way to create 3D anaglyphs and stereographs. It uses the module to render two viewpoints, then from those two images composes the 3D image into a single PNG file. In time it should be possible to port this functionality into
- No special viewing equipment needed: just focus into the distance or cross your eyes.
- Here is a nice how-to-view article
- Screenshot: (created with the d.anaglyph module)
- The Stereo anaglyphs wiki page
- Principles of Photogrammetry: Stereoscopic Parallax
- nasa/StereoPipeline: The NASA Ames Stereo Pipeline is a suite of automated geodesy & stereogrammetry tools designed for processing planetary imagery captured from orbiting and landed robotic explorers on other planets
- e-Foto is a free educational digital photogrammetric workstation for Mac, Linux, Windows; GNU GPL
- Hugin (stiches images together into panoramas) and Autopano tools (finds control points in overlapping image pairs)