[Sidefx-houdini-list] reconstructing geometry from photos...
jerry at intelligentcreatures.com
Thu Feb 7 14:46:27 EST 2008
Imagemodeler isn't too bad. You have to supply it a few differing angles to
cover as much of your subject as possible, and have enough common points over
three of the pictures for it to calibrate. Once that's done it does a fairly
decent job of matching additional points you add for modeling. I actually used
this to model a few heads we snapped at Rock Circus with decent results.
PFTrack I don't think has the ability to use support stills. But it has a handy
feature allowing you to drop a guide box into your track which you could align to
a convenient building to "snap" you camera lens into place. After that it should be
a doddle to add geometry.
Hope that helps some.
----- "paul simpson" <paul at realisestudio.com> wrote:
> hi all,
> doing some r+d here - into building geometry (a street) from
> so far i've looked at:
> - photomodeler http://www.photomodeler.com
> - image modeler http://www.realviz.com/
> - pftrack - pixel farm
> - eye-tronics http://www.eyetronics.com
> ...i'm specifically wanting to build a whole city block - as seen from
> height from the pavement. has anyone had any experience with any of
> above software (or services as in the eye-tronics case)? would love
> to hear
> any success stories - or maybe more importantly any horror stories...
> or any other thoughts/suggestions most welcome...
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