Image-Based 3D Modeling: A Review

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ConferenceThe Photogrammetric Record Journal, September 2006.
VolumeVolume 21, Number 115
Subjectcalibration; orientation; visualisation; 3D reconstruction; orientation; visualisation; reconstruction 3D
AbstractIn this paper the main problems and the available solutions are addressed for the generation of 3D models from terrestrial images. Close range photogrammetry has dealt for many years with manual or automatic image measurements for precise 3D modelling. Nowadays 3D scanners are also becoming a standard source for input data in many application areas, but image-based modelling still remains the most complete, economical, portable, flexible and widely used approach. In this paper the full pipeline is presented for 3D modelling from terrestrial image data, considering the different approaches and analysing all the steps involved.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Information Technology; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number48470
NPARC number8913373
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