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Intel Realsense for photogrammetry

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by CorbettNyeRealEstate, Sep 22, 2016.

  1. CorbettNyeRealEstate

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    Is it possible for the Typhoon H with Intel Realsense to ever be able to use the Realsense technology for photogrammetry?
     
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    I wondered that myself (wishing Canoma had never been sold to Adobe) and looking at the spec sheets for Realsence makes you think it might be capable assuming it could output what it actually sees but I'm guessing there's a distinct difference between what it actually sees and what the marketing brochures show. I'm thinking the Realsence visual information might be more reminiscent of a laser scanned point cloud. That said there doesn't seem to be any way to output the Realsense vision data so probably just a pipe dream.

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    Yes exactly! Looking at the spec sheets I would certainly think it's possible but you're right, the main issue is outputting the realsense data. Oh well, it's nice to dream.
     
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    Realsense is object avoidance and it's able to integrate to the Imager stream