Photogrammetric Catch-up, part 1 of WHO KNOWS

posted in Virtual Reality by Cargo Cult on Tuesday December 25 2018

I really ought to post more to this blog-beast. So, in a brief moment of calm and as a Christmas / Saturnalia / Newtonmas / Whatever gift, have some recently posted photogrammetric captures for VR!

First up, Cadillac Mountain, Maine, USA - with photos taken back in September. (I have many more conventional photos I need to post as well.)

With disappointingly few synths, radioactive creatures and/or post-apocalyptic fog, there's a suspiciously clear view of Far Harbor, sorry, Bar Harbor below in this autumnal scene.

In Washington Sate, we'd call this a valley. No flesh-consuming fog today, sadly enough. I tried saying hello to DiMA and the crew, but there was a gift-shop instead.

Secondly, have the InSight Landing Site, Elysium Planitia, Mars lovingly rendered in room-scale VR and put together from recently posted raw images from this NASA space probe. The landscape is ominously flat - the interesting stuff being underground. I, for one, welcome our new Bayer filtered engineering cameras. Full colour!

Expect more, conventional photos - eventually?

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