Inventive Design can cost effectively convert your 2 dimensional pictures into high quality 3D solid models, which can be used as virtual prototypes in product promotions, feasibility studies, animations and much more.
Photogrammetry is the practice of obtaining information about physical objects through the process of recording, measuring, and interpreting photographic images. It is most commonly associated with the production of topographic maps through aerial survey, although in recent years it has been increasingly used in such diverse applications as architecture, archaeology, engineering, geology, underwater, and forensic work amongst others. In fact it may be used in any situation that requires the generation of accurate three-dimensional.
The usual end-product of a photogrammetric survey is the production of either digital data or a line drawing. The data may be formatted for use in most commonly used CAD systems, thereby offering the advantage of total flexibility. As the process requires photography, this may become the end-product itself, either archived as they are, or as a rectified mosaic composed of a number of scaled photographs joined together. The last few years have seen a dramatic decrease in the cost of CAD systems, making the use of photogrammetric data both more efficient and cost effective.
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Below you can explore 3D models we have created using photogrammetric.