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A photographic method to accurately digitize images of a physical object. Photogrammetry has been used to survey topography, buildings, and archaeological sites. Using stereoscopic precision cameras and reference marks, a series of accurately scaled and oriented photographs are obtained. Once the photographs are digitized, a scale model of the entire object or location can be reconstructed on the computer.

Resources and Citations

  • Rory Stanbridge "Photogrammetry A Practical Guide" Building Conservation Directory 1995: Link

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