Buy for discount up to 80% Autodesk ImageModeler 2009


Autodesk ImageModeler 2009

It was originally developed by RealViz, and was acquired by Autodesk along with Stitcher and Movimento in May last year. However, it’s still not available through Autodesk’s normal sales channels, only through an online sales site. When working with multiple images, you have to identify common characteristics on the object in each of the photos loaded in the viewer, placing calibration locators on the corresponding points. You then define a point of origin — usually a corner of a building — using the World Space tool in conjunction with these locators. A reference distance or measurement of two points in the scene is required for accurate scaling. In the background, ImageModeler calibrates the parameters of the camera that took the shots such as position, rotation, focal length, distortion to allow it to calculate the 3D coordinates of the object.

Autodesk ImageModeler 2009

Buying Autodesk ImageModeler 2009

It was originally developed by RealViz, and was acquired by Autodesk along with Stitcher and Movimento in May last year. However, it’s still not available through Autodesk’s normal sales channels, only through an online sales site. When working with multiple images, you have to identify common characteristics on the object in each of the photos loaded in the viewer, placing calibration locators on the corresponding points. You then define a point of origin — usually a corner of a building — using the World Space tool in conjunction with these locators. A reference distance or measurement of two points in the scene is required for accurate scaling. In the background, ImageModeler calibrates the parameters of the camera that took the shots such as position, rotation, focal length, distortion to allow it to calculate the 3D coordinates of the object. Once enough points are matched, the software announces that the calibration has succeeded — or it should do. In our first attempt, the 3D space construction was imprecise. Fixing this involved tweaking the locator position to make it more accurate, but of greater help was adding constraints, such as setting the right-angled corner of a building, or specifying that a set of locators are on the same plane.

Part 1: BMW M3 E36 (1997) calibration (Autodesk ImageModeler 2009)