[New Release] Skyline PhotoMesh 7.5
The new PhotoMesh release offers improved performance, usability and scalability. PhotoMesh’s new, powerful tie point functionality increases the accuracy and success rate of the aerotriangulation process, while optimized data loading and management tools vastly improve performance in ultra-large-scale (500K+) projects. Projects can now easily be scaled up and down using Amazon Web Services to launch virtual fuser machines. PM 7.5’s also features new support for hyperspectral bands for greater control over the information contained in your output, as well as enhanced options for reviewing aerotriangulation results.
New Features in Release 7.5
New Tie Point Mechanism
New tie point functionality improves the accuracy and success rate of the aerotriangulation process.
Support for 4-Color Bands photos
Texture the 3D model according to selected bands (RGB, CIR, etc.)
Generate 4-band orthophoto
Enhanced Options for Reviewing Aerotriangulation Results
PM 7.5’s range of color coding options for camera position symbols enable you to classify your photos according to the information you need, so you can identify at a glance the photos that require more preparation before inclusion in the AT.
New color-coded sparse point cloud provides a quick overview of aerotriangulation results.
Revamped Texturing Algorithm
PhotoMesh 7.4 vs. PhotoMesh 7.5
Superior Support for Ultra-Large-Scale Projects
Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Fusers
Easily Open Outputs in TerraExplorer
Support for Additional Vertical Datums
Auto-Start Local Fuser
Skyline’s PhotoMesh fully automates the generation of high-resolution, textured, 3D mesh models from standard 2D photographs, offering a significant reduction in cost and time compared to traditional modeling methods. PhotoMesh’s breakthrough technology is based on the highest-performance photogrammetry, computer vision, and computational geometry algorithms. Combining any number of photographs, in a wide range of formats and resolutions, PhotoMesh generates highly-detailed 3D models that can be viewed and queried using TerraExplorer or other 3D and GIS products.